I WAS VACCINATED LAST WEDNESDAY FOR MUMPS MEASLES RUBELLA YELLOW FEVER AND TETANUS. I WAS PLANNING TO START TRYING TO GET PREGNANT IN THE NEXT TWO WEEKS BUT WENT ONLINE AND SAW SOME WARNING AGAINST DOING SO UNTIL AFTER THREE MONTHS HAVE PASSED. IS THIS INFORMATION ACCURATE?
THANKS FOR YOUR COMMENT DAYZOFRAIN. IT'S JUST THAT I WANT TO START AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. I HAD A MYOMECTOMY A YEAR AGO THEN HAD A SERIES OF COMPLICATIONS THAT PREVENTED ME FROM TRYING TO GET PREGNANT BECAUSE THE DRUGS I WAS ON WOULD HAD BEEN DANGEROUS FOR THE FETUS. I FEEL AS IF I HAVE TO RUSH IT BECAUSE I AM 36 YEARS OLD AND BECAUSE I'M AFRAID THAT THE FIBROIDS WILL COME BACK.
It depends on where you get the information from. I do know that those can't/shouldn't be taken during pregnancy- so to be on the safe side I would wait the three months to start trying.
It would be perfect- if you start charting then with the three months that will give you a good idea of when you ovulate, how long your luteal phase is on average and helps keep track of your intercourse timing.
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