Having irregular periods does not mean it is the end of the world, only you have to make a better table and monitor your irregular periods to get the best day to have sex.
While irregular periods could be a symptom of infertility, it does not mean one will definitely not be able to become pregnant. Irregular periods could be symptoms of many other conditions or could be normal in some cases.
Once you stop taking the birth control pills you are able to become pregnant.
yes, you could be. Occasionally a woman who is pregnant will continue to have periods, though they may become irregular, or different than they were previously. The best way to know for sure is a pregnancy test.
If you did not use protection, then you might have become pregnant. Even with irregular periods, the chances of getting pregnant are there! Wait a week or so and get a pregnancy test, since your period may not be the telling sign.
No you will not become pregnant from this.
You can. It makes it harder to become pregnant since the cycles are so off balance. But, it is indeed possible. Some women bleed throughout their entire pregnancy and go off to deliever a healthy baby.
Normal. When you become pregnant you periods stop until after the birth.
no a toddler can not get pregnant as you have to have started your periods before you can become pregnant
If your periods are irregular anyway then there is no way to tell, I advise you to see whether you have a period next month, if not then go and see a doctor for a pregnancy test. If you have only recently become sexually active then you should be using protection anyway.
Yes, if you have your periods. A female can become pregnant as soon as she starts having her periods and is having intercourse. The youngest female to become pregnant was only five years old.
Usually but not necessarily. Some women can have one or two periods after they become pregnant but it is somewhat rare. The best way to see if you are pregnant is to get a test.
When you stop taking birth control you can now become pregnant. If you had an irregular period before birth control pills, your period will go back to irregular periods. Heavier and longer periods may occur as well. You may also experience withdrawal bleeding which your body's way of ridding the birth control hormones.
Yes, you just have to have sex while you are ovulating & fertile.
Yes. You can become pregnant at any day of the months.
Yes, ovulation occurs half way between periods.
None, actually. It is possible to get pregnant the first time you would have had a period. Any time a woman is fertile, it is possible for her to become pregnant. How many periods she has had (or not had) is a moot point.
either do a pregnancy test or go to your ob-gyne.. or just ignore it, which what i did.. hehe
no because if the egg is then fertilised, then you will become pregnant, and you do not have periods while you are pregnant.
You need to see a doctor to find out why you are not having periods, as if you are not having periods it is unlikely you are ovulating and therefore will not become pregnant.
Yes, because if you have irregular periods than you probably do not ovulate regularly. Which if you are trying to conceive could make it very difficult to determine when you will be able to conceive, because determining ovulation is difficult. Having irregular periods also means that you are ovulating less than someone who has a period promptly every 28-30 days which does in fact decrease your chances. With that being said, getting pregnant while having irregular period is not impossible. It might take a little more planning and time, but it is quite possible!! Goodluck to all those who are TTC out there :)