How to tell if you’re pregnant with a baby in the womb?
A new study has revealed the exact moment your baby is most likely to be born and that the odds of being pregnant with an unplanned pregnancy is even higher than you thought.
The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Leeds and the University College London, analysed data from more than 3,000 pregnancies in England and Wales between 1997 and 2010.
The data was collected by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, which is based in the UK.
The researchers were able to identify the most common reasons that a woman might be pregnant with unplanned pregnancies, including the following: having a baby at home, not having a period, being a mother, not breastfeeding, having an ectopic pregnancy, and not having an abortion.
It’s important to note that these reasons were considered to be a ‘complete pregnancy’, meaning they could have been triggered by any of the above factors, but were not considered to result in an unregistered pregnancy.
So what does this mean for women who might be planning to become pregnant?
The researchers found that the probability of pregnancy was highest for those who were most likely, but not certain, to be pregnant.
However, the researchers also found that women who were very likely to have an un-registered pregnancy (for example, having had more than one pregnancy) had a slightly lower risk of becoming pregnant, compared to those who weren’t likely to become a mother.
The results of the study are published in the journal Plos One.
It is believed that unplanned and uncomplicated pregnancies are rare, with only one in 20,000 women becoming pregnant in the first 24 hours of pregnancy.