Yes you can conceive on your period but it is very unlikely. You are more likely if your periods are frequent and irregular. Less likely if you have regular periods.
The best way to prevent pregnancy at any time is to use a contraceptive.
You can't conceive on your period full-stop.
Conception refers to when the egg is fertilised by the sperm, which then goes on to implant in the uterus resulting in pregnancy. As there is no egg present during menstruation there is no way that you can conceive during menstruation, it's simply not possible.
You can get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation, there may be no egg but if your cycle is short you may have fertile quality cervical mucus present - this can keep sperm alive in the vagina for up to a week, by which time you may ovulate and thus conceive. But this wouldn't effect bleeding.
No, because you will not have an egg around to be fertilised.
Yes, it is possible. Some women do have break through bleeding after they conceive.
If this happens, call the vet.
Normally, no, if you conceive you do not get your period.
You can conceive on your last day of your bleeding depending on individual rates of fertility. Some people it could take days but some can conceive on that last day.
It's normal. You can continue bleeding up to a week after your period.
This may be caused by a irregular period or even a early pregnancy bleeding.
go to the gyno.
If you get your period early on the pill, you should continue taking the pill as scheduled, regardless of any bleeding.
Yes, you continue taking them as scheduled, regardless of any bleeding.
Your period is defined by the period of time that you are bleeding whether you are cramping or not. If you are still bleeding then your period is not over. However, if you continue bleeding for a prolonged period of time, say for more than a week, you might consider seeing your doctor just to make sure everything is okay.
No, there's no cause for concern. Continue using NuvaRing according to the schedule on the calendar, regardless of any bleeding.Continue using the ring as scheduled, according to the calendar, without regard to bleeding.
Bleeding in the middle of your cycle is not normal. You need to see a doctor.
No, you should continue taking the pill as scheduled regardless of bleeding or not bleeding. Contact your health care provider if the early period happens again.
Yes, there is still only one chance. This chance to get pregnant is usually about half way beween your last period and your next period.Good luck!
Ovulation occurs two weeks before menstruation, if you conceive then it takes around 6-10 for a fertilized egg to implant itself - this is when you experience implantation bleeding. If you're bleeding two weeks before menstruation it is not likely to be implantation bleeding, possibly ovulation bleeding.
Yes you can still conceive with irregular or regular on time periods! all that matters is you have a period!
You should continue taking the pills as scheduled regardless of bleeding. Unscheduled bleeding is common in the first three months of use. Stopping the pill every time you have bleeding will only prolong this "breaking in" period. If the bleeding is troublesome, lasts longer than three months, or is accompanied by pain or abnormal vaginal discharge, contact your health care provider.
It will be effective for a period of time, depending on how severe the bleeding is. As first responders, we won't know how severe the bleeding is, so we continue CPR until EMS arrives to take over.
You should continue to take your birth control pills as scheduled regardless of bleeding.
No, you should continue the NuvaRing on schedule regardless of bleeding. If unscheduled bleeding becomes a problem, contact your health care provider for advice and options.
You conceive almost immediately after you have sex.
You can conceive a child 6 days before your period do date so the 20-25 day after your period ended
I have heard of something called implantation bleeding. This occurs when a fertilized egg actually implants in the uterine wall. This bleeding would be light & pinkish, not like menstruation.
Bleeding after a missed period could mean a miscarriage