No, unless you are one of the 1% that still has periods for part or all of the pregnancy. But that is very, very rare. If you are still having periods, go with not pregnant. If you are not satisfied, call your doctor.
false. pregnant women should avoid exercise in the supine position after the first trimester. not until after the first trimester.
When someone is 18 weeks pregnant they are in their second trimester. A pregnancy is usually 42 weeks long. The first trimester is the first 13 weeks. The second trimester runs from week 14 to 26. The third and final trimester is weeks 27 to 42.
Pregnancy in the first trimester does not cause backache -- but periods sure do!
yes , in the first trimester
Hcg will be there in the entire pregnancy. The level will be high in the first trimester and will gradually decrease in the third trimester.
Strengthen your abs. Exercise is good when pregnant.
Yes you can get pregnant at ten and you can get pregnant before your first period, as you first period occurs just after your first ovulation. that means that if that first ovum is fertilized by sperm your periods will not start. as you will be pregnant. Yes if your periods had started
Between the first and second. The first trimester is 0-12 weeks and the second is 13-28, so you could be in either
XANAX is assumed to be capable of causing an increased risk of congenital abnormalities when administered to a pregnant woman during the first trimester.
Yes, each woman and pregnancy is unique. It is possible to leak colostrum during the first trimester. That is how I knew I was pregnant with my third child.
The first trimester begins the moment that you become pregnant, and ends at 12 or 13 weeks, depending on who you ask.
Yep. You can spot throughout the whole first trimester....
No you can still have cramps during your first trimester
I think you are trying to ask if anyone has ever had regular periods and negative pregnancy tests while being pregnant? I am 25ish weeks into my 3d pregnancy. I didn't get a positive test result until about a month ago and I had regular periods the first trimester. This is normal for me as it happened with both of my boys too. Also with the "I didn't know I was pregnant" TV show with many other women saying the same thing happened with them, that while it is not the norm, it does happen.
Some women have cramping throughout the entire first trimester, while other don't. The cramping is usually caused by the uterus stretching and their body getting used to being pregnant.
Well the first time I was pregnant I felt flutter / butterfly ...
Roughly 1 to 12 weeks.
not safely (maybe just walking in the first trimester)
you are not supposed to have a period while pregnant. Most women do NOT get their period when pregnant. Some may have slight bleeding here and there. It will be red. I have heard of quite a few woman who do indeed experience a kind of period in their first trimester and some who have had periods all the way through. So, don't listen to the first answer.
Tri = 3.A pregnancy is 9 months, there are three trimesters. Meaning there are three periods of time lasting three months. A trimester is 3 months.
not at first, but into the first trimester it will get hard. Your uterus creates a lining that does not shed; which is called your "wall".
No it is dangerous for everybody anytime.