It is best not to drink while you are pregnant. However you did not know you were pregnant so don't worry yourself about the past (because there is nothing you can do to change it) just make sure that from now on you avoid alcohol, drugs, smoking and second hand smoke. I am sure things will be fine with your baby but as you are obviously concerned, it would be best for you see a qualified doctor.
Yes, it is possible.
Take it out immediately, you can cause severe birth defects, possibly even death. You are supposed to go to the dr. to have it removed before trying to have a baby! Your IUD may have moved without you knowing it, however you are supposed to check the strings frequetly to prevent this from happening. So go to the OB/GYN NOW to check the baby's and your health.
yes you can
Sometimes, you CAN bleed while you are pregnant, but of course, it is not considered a period. I bled for first three months while I was pregnant, it is not dangerous or anything but what IS dangerous, is NOT knowing that you are pregnant because you are not eating like you should and you may be drinking and/or smoking. Go take a pregnancy test just in case :]
not knowing causes many more problems then knowing. statistically, those who never receive any type of sexual education are more likely to get pregnant/impregnate someone at an earlier age. This leads to family strife, inability to finish school, and many other problems.
Not knowing and not being pregnant are completely different things. If you are pregnant, whether you are aware of it or not, you can have a miscarriage. If you are not pregnant then you cannot.
you don't tell him
From drinking to much they can even kill people with out knowing.
Pretty much the same way most people get pregnant. In private.
Not by drinking redbull or coffee, just by knowing their steel, and knowing the human mindset, and playing in on those things!
Only by asking her.
No birth defects have been noted in women taking birth control unknowingly while pregnant. Because accidental pregnancies can occur on birth control, there is plenty of experience with this subject. See the "related links" section for a directory of hotlines you can call for information from specialists if you are concerned about a medication exposure during pregnancy.
It isn't very common but it does happen that a woman can go into labor, never knowing she was pregnant.
yes they can and they can do it without you knowing
Yes,.some pregnancies can be hidden.
Yes you can... Accept for taking a test, there's no way to know for sure that you are pregnant. Some girls went all the way through the nine months without ever knowing.
That's the million dollar question! Watch "I Didn't Know I was Pregnant" on the Discovery Health Channel.
Lots of things can.
Call PLANNED PARENTHOOD in your city.
Most women get pregnant 12 to 16 days after their last period. We have no way of knowing which date.
Before you bleed the first time you ovulate so you can get pregnant then without even knowing your period is on the way.
We have no way of knowing when she is going to be pregnant. Firstly, she chooses when she wants a baby, we dont choose for her. When she has a baby, you will know then.
by getting help and through will power knowing that if you continue it will hurt people close to you