Age. Conception is possible at the reproductive (fertile) age - for a woman, this is between the ages of 15 and 44. The greatest likelihood of conception is between the ages of 20 and 35
- less than 15 years - age below the reproductive threshold is considered with a decreasing coefficient;
- from 15 to 19 years - age from the lower fertility threshold to 20 years is considered with the normal coefficient; 20 to 35 years - ages 20 to 35 years are considered with an increasing coefficient;
- 35 to 44 years - reproductive age, from 35 years to the upper fertility threshold, is considered with the normal multiplier; more than 45 years - age above the upper fertility threshold is considered with a decreasing coefficient;
Body Mass Index (BMI). The likelihood of conception when overweight (BMI over 25) is reduced, but not significantly. The aspect in the test is taken into account.
Symptoms Each symptom has its own priority. For example, a significant delay in menstruation with a regular cycle is a more obvious symptom of pregnancy than a general weakness of the body.
In the case of pregnancy, a significant delay in menstruation with a regular cycle is a more obvious symptom of pregnancy than general weakness.
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