it might have pms symptoms-pregnancy and pms symptoms feel the same... if you think your pregnant then do a home pregnancy test..but bleeding heavy as a regular period you might not be pregnant but if you are spotting or bleeding light it might be implantion bleeding-this is when the developing egg implants itselfs in your uterine walls-some women gets this ...some just missed their period..good luckAnswerHi,
PMS symptoms can feel like pregnancy symptoms. Especially bad PMS symptoms.
Because you got your period then your not pregnant. If your period wasn't normal flow for you, then wait 2 weeks and do a pregnancy test or see your doctor for a blood test this week.
it is a possiblity that you are pregnant, and you're getting implantation bleeding and not your period. wait a week after your period was due and take a test.
You might be pregnant but still be bleeding if so take a test or go for a blood test x
Your breasts should not be hard when youre pregnant. they get tender and swollen. they will probably hurt if you are pregnant. if you have anymore questions about pregnancy contact me at --answer-- It can be, however pre-menstrual symptoms are exactly the same as pregnancy symptoms. It is incredible how tender and painful breasts can become during pregnancy but also before a period, too. You know that you are pregnant when a test comes +. Or when it is comfirmed by a doctor. Even with many pregnancy symptoms never believe that you are pregnant unless you KNOW it for sure by seeing a OB/Gyn. Good luck!
Most people will automatically jump to the conclusion that you are pregnant, if you are displaying symptoms of pregnancy! Office gossip always has to have a latest subject!!!! Remember that all of the signs and symptoms of pregnancy, could also have other reasons as to why they are happening to your body. Take a pregnancy test and if it comes back negative, check out your symptoms with your Dr.
Well to start have you missed a period? If so for how long? Are you on birth control? If you are on birth control you're not pregnant. If you are not on birth control take a pregnancy test, start there if it comes back positive go to your OBGYN and have them take a blood pregnancy test that will definitely tell you if you are or you aren't. Pregnancy symptoms don't mean squat half the time anymore. Half the women who have pregnancy symptoms turn out not to be pregnant.
Yes. This could be implantation bleeding. You should take a pregnancy test or call your OB/GYN.
You could by a small chance, but, you might also imagine the symptoms (phantom pregnancy). Or your pregnancy is too small at the moment. Try testing again in a week or two (when your period hasn't started). If still negative and you got the symptoms and no period then go see a doctor.
Yes. My Mom had her period with all of us when she was pregnant.
You might be pregnant - take a test These are menstrual symptoms, it takes a while for your breasts to dry up, not pregnant.
very unlikely if you was pregnant whilst bleeding heavy the chances are you will miscarry but you can get pregnant whilost bleeding so you could in turn be pregnant but you would have had to concieve during your period which the chances arent very high but as i know from plenty of experience anything is possible when it comes to pregnancy
Yes! One reason could be that the condom broke, if any semen comes in contact with any part of your reproductive parts (before or after intercourse), or if it is a phantom pregnancy (you think yourself into being pregnant, experience all they symptoms, but have negative pregnancy test results)
You don't get your period (bright red, light, heavy, light) when you are pregnant. In early pregnancy you could have implantation bleeding around the time of your period (light pink/brown and spotting)
You will get cramps late or missed periods and you will throw up and your stomach gets fat you should go to the doctor for a pregnancy test or get 3 different types of home pregnancy to make sure your not pregnant or pregnant. But best way is the doctor some times it comes out false cause of hormones tho so if it comes out negative and a month later you have the same symptoms do another pregnancy test.
Yes, possibly. It's one of the horribly tricky things our body does to us that early pregnancy symptoms are so similar to PMS symptoms. Pregnancy can cause irritability and mood swings, sore breasts, and even cramping and spotting. Wait and see if your period comes normally; if not then you should go buy a home pregnancy test.
Hi, Withdrawal bleeding will still occur even if you are pregnant. To determine if you're pregnancy quickly, you need to see your Doctor for a blood test. You must ask specifically for: Quantitative beta hcg pregnancy blood test.
by taking a pregnancy test
Everyone is different when it comes to pregnancy. Some people have no symptoms and others will have many. If you think you could be pregnant buy a test or see a doctor. you can also go to WebMD.com and look up pregnancy to learn more about it.
Yes. My ex-wife did. yes you could be please go to the doctor to be checked
I would go and get a home pregnancy test, take it, If it comes back positive, obviously youre pregnant.f it comes back negative, go to a doctor ASAP.
Pregnancy comes with many symptoms but I would not let this one be something to go by. Take a test instead so you are sure. If you are far along enough to get symptoms you are enough along to take the test.
Bleeding during pregnancy can happen. However if bleeding does happen during a confirmed pregnancy, consult your medical facility. Irregular periods are nothing to be concerned about most of the time. For a sexually active person, especially one using birth control methods such as the pill, irregular periods are commonplace and can be highly irregular, sometimes giving you a scare. Bleeding doesn't affect too much a pregnancy test as a pregnancy test detects hCG levels in the urine, which is the hormone produced when you are pregnant. Different people produce different amounts of this hormone during pregnancy. This is why its sometimes possible that you could be pregnant, even if a test comes back negative, but you are pregnant if it comes back positive. However I wouldn't worry too much as many home tests can detect a pregnancy within one fortnight of conception and hospital tests are usually slightly more accurate. If you are concerned, you can buy additional tests or dependant on your area, have a urine sample tested for you again by your local health service.
There is no reason why using a tampon during pregnancy would be a problem. Pregnancy usually comes with a lack of periods, though, so tampons aren't needed. If you're pregnant and bleeding, you need to consult with your prenatal care provider right away.
You cannot menstruate while pregnant - menstruation only occurs if you don't fall pregnant - but you can experience bleeding while pregnant such as implantation bleeding. If you suspect that you may be pregnant then take a pregnancy test to find out if you are pregnant or not. Do not use tampons when your flow is light like this, it is dangerous and irresponsible to misuse tampons like this.
A small amount of bleeding in the beginning of pregnancy is often "implantation bleeding" and is caused by the egg attaching itself to the uterine wall (when it implants, it also attaches itself to the mothers blood vessels, which is where the blood comes from). It is normal if it is light bleeding. Any heavy bleeding, or bleeding that lasts more than a couple days, should be checked out by a doctor right away.