Yes, the symptoms of pregnancy varies from woman to woman, and in some cases the period still coming until the third month, the best is to make and pregnancy test.
Yes you will still have a period but it may be later and old blood. Yes pregnancy symptoms would still occur.
Yes, it's possible to still have something that resembles your period while being pregnant.
Yes. Go to a drug store. Buy a Home Pregnancy Test. Use the test.
For some women it takes a while for pregnancy symptoms to appear. Usually around 8 wks pregnant symptoms appear. Typically your first symptom is missing your period.
Having your period while pregnant is rare but possible. On the other hand, pregnancy symptoms could also be caused by other things. for example, a flu can make you nautious and tired. The only way to know for sure is to take a pregnancy test. Then you can stop worrying about it.
Yes you can still have your period when you are pregnant. It is most common during your first pregnancy.
Birth control medication does cause pregnancy symptoms. But yes you can have pregnancy symptoms and be pregnant.
Yes you can still have periods whilst you are pregnant.
If you are having a period you cannot be pregnant
It is possible to have a period like bleed during early pregnancy. But the bleeding is usually light and never a heavy, normal period bleed.
Hello, Yes, you will still experience pregnancy symptoms if you conceive while on the pill. But you need to stop taking the pill because you suspect you're pregnant. See your doctor for a pregnancy blood test.
Yes, it will be negative because if you are having a period you are not pregnant.
Yes, you can have a pregnancy test while on your period. Your results will be pretty accurate.
Some cases have shown that some women have had period like symptoms while pregnant
A pregnancy test on birth control will be accurate and probably negative. Birth control gives you pregnancy-type symptoms but if you have not taken your pills correctly or have been taking abtibiotics which may reduce their effectiveness take a pregnancy test.
Here is a link that can figure the probability of you being pregnant: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/ You can still get positive results if you take a pregnancy test while on your period, and you can still be pregnant.
Its unlikely you are pregnant girl I know what its like to have pregnancy symptoms and then come on your period . On the 2nd May I got Implantation bleeding which was a sign of pregnancy 2 weeks later got my period its now September people are saying they had a period while pregnant which is making me think could I still be pregnant cause I did have Implantation bleeding after all. My periods have gone in a pattern as well as before they didn't they have gone in a pattern after Implantation bleeding. By the way its not spotting you had its nothing like spotting you had it was a period you had.
Same as when not on Mirena, get a pregnancy test & find out
You can still bleed while you're pregnant like you would when you get your period. Definitely take a pregnancy test to be sure.
It is possible to still have a period and be pregnant/ Having a heavy period while pregnant could mean problems with the pregnancy. If you suspect you may be pregnant, take a home pregnancy test.
While the copper IUD does not normally stop periods, a woman may miss a period for a number of reasons. Pregnancy and stress are common ones. Consider a pregnancy test if you're having other symptoms.
http://www.coolnurse.com/birth control.htmhttp://www.crisispregnancy.com/birth-mother/pregnancy-questions.htmlhttp://www.epigee.org/guide/medfaq.HTMLAnswerYou need to take a pregnancy test. AnswerYou very well could be pregnant. I would take a home test and see what it says. Symptoms can go away for a while then come back with early pregnancy. If you get a negative and still no period I would call a Midwife or clinic and get a blood test done. Answeryes!
What's the point? If you started your period then you are oviously not pregnant, save the test for next time.