Can discharge stop after 14 weeks pregnancy?
No, you always discharge. That is the vaginal cleaning system.
Could you be pregnant if you had one depo shot and went 14 weeks with brown discharge and had unprotected sex?
Your doctor said you were 14 weeks and 1 day making it 12 weeks gestation your second scan at 20 weeks was the same how accurate are these scans?
Is it normal if you are 14 weeks pregnant and for the last 3 mornings you've had a pinkish-tan discharge but only in the morning?
Had miscarriage 5 weeks ago not had normal period but just did pt and it was posotive am i really pregnant or is this normal?
Chances of pregnancy It may depend on the amount of weeks pregnant you were when you miscarried. I miscarried at 14 weeks and 5 weeks later got a positive result on a home pregnancy test, which was actually another pregnancy. I would suggest that unless you lost the baby in the second trimester this positive result is indeed referring to a new pregnancy.
Brown discharge is usually a indication of blood in the discharge. If you had sex around 8-14 days ago then this could be implantation bleeding. If your due a period in the next few days it could be pre-period discharge. If your itching and the discharge smell it is a yeast infection which you need some fungal cream for.
What should you do if you're 7-8 weeks pregnant and you just started having a little bit of pink discharge and this happened with your last pregnancy and you miscarried at 14 weeks with the same pink?
It takes about a month. If you read the pregnancy test it says that the month after you think you conceived is when you can test yourself, and the result will probably be more definite. A pregnancy test will give an accurate result 3 weeks after sex. 14 weeks after intercourse is the most accurate date for determining pregnancy with a home pregnancy test.
If you were told you conceived on February 10 2007 and the first day of your lmp was January 27 2007 but when you do the pregnancy calculators they say you are 5 weeks pregnant--how is that possible?
Pregnancy supposedly (medically) lasts for 40 weeks. In reality it lasts for 38 weeks from conception. Conception occurs approximately 14 days after your last period started for a woman who has a 28 day cycle. So everyone's pregnancy is based on these mythical 14 days eventhough very few women have a 28 day cycle! Medically they count these 14 days within the 40 weeks you are pregnant. You are considered 2 weeks pregnant at the…
What if you did miss your period by 14 days have all the symptoms of pregnancy but three test have told you your not?
Some women experience a small amount of spotting or bleeding very early in pregnancy, about a week to 14 days after fertilization. Known as implantation bleeding, it happens when the fertilized egg first attaches to the lining of the uterus. This type of bleeding is usually a bit earlier, spottier and lighter in color than a usual period or a brownish discharge and doesn't last long.
No. Pregnancy is calculated as 40 weeks or 10 months from your last monthly period. The average woman ovulates around day 14 of her cycle, so if she has sex and gets pregnant when she ovulates, she would not even know she was pregnant until she misses her period around day 28. So, this means that the first two weeks of a 40 week pregnancy, you are not actually pregnant. By the time you can…
This could be caused from sexual relations because your body is now pumping extra blood to for your pregnancy you may get a brown or even pinkish spotting it is very common to have spotting dureing the first 12 to 14 weeks of prgnancy. If this dose continue and you begin to have a heavy flow and or cramping consult your doctor. It may even make you feel better to talk to your doctor about…