If you can't tell for yourself, a pregnancy test can.
It's the same as before the first pregnancy.
Through most of your pregnancy sometimes. I had my period and I was pregnant with my daughter for three months.
Yes, it is the safest to abort a pregnancy in the first three months.
There are 40 weeks in pregnancy (that is nine months pregnant). At 33 weeks regnant you would be 7 months and 1 week pregnant.
Don't get pregnant
you might be pregnant. get a pregnancy test.
The pregnancy began in march, so, as of August 2009, she is 5 months pregnant.
No, she is not pregnant.
In general, women gain pproximately 2 to 4 pounds during the first three months you're pregnant and 1 pound a week during the rest of your pregnancy.
If you are having your periods then you are not pregnant. It is possible to have a "period" while you're pregnant (see iVillage article). Also, from experience I had light periods for all but the last three months of my pregnancy when my daughter was born.
The first three months of pregnancy
You can have pregnancy symptoms from day one to the last day of your pregnancy.
Not unless your are in your second trimester. Outward and obvious signs of pregnancy do not start until a woman is at least three months pregnant. Only a doctor or pregnancy test can accurately indicate whether you are pregnant in the first few months. Missing a period is a first sign....missing two is highly indicative.
Nope it sounds like your wife is pregnant again. Although rare to get pregnant again in the first three months after giving birth its been known to happen.
Breast leaking in pregnancy usually doesn't occur until at least 5 months pregnant. I would say you are safe on the pregnancy part but I'd go to the gyno if you are leaking, and have not recently had a child.
Symptoms of an early pregnancy
YES IT IS I HAD MY CYCLE FOR THREE MONTHS IN A ROW B4 I FOUND OUT I WAS PREGNANT WHEN I FOUND OUT I WAS WELL OVER THREE MONTHS PREGNANT!!!!!!!!
miscarriage, stillbirth, or damage to the fetus during the first trimester (three months) of pregnancy.
If you mean in the first 6 months after pregnancy, then yes: you can become pregnant in this time period. If you are breast-feeding, this will generally prevent pregnancy.
Three months is a long time to miss a period! if you are on birth control of any sort that might be what is causing this. If you took a recent pregnancy test chances are that you are not pregnant, you should talk to your doctor though to find out why you are not having periods. ~pawsalmighty
If there's nine months in a pregnancy then divide by three to get a trimester. Therefore there are three months in a trimester
You don't? You're already pregnant