Sure! Since an IUD or a condom are a mechanical barrier that stops the sperm and egg from meeting they have no impact on the length of your cycle.Answeryou should be sure you aren't having other pregnancy symptoms take a home test, if you were always regular you might be pregnant like me, i always had 26 day cycles and this month i was 5 days late and now I'm pregnant
Around 5 days is the maximum! After 5 days, you should check it out.
It means your period is five days late. Only you know your chances of being pregnant.
10 year IUD is better, it's less hormonal. The 5 year IUD makes ou gain weight because you rarely get our period with the 5 year IUD
Missing a period once in five years is normal with or without the IUD.
You should go see your doctor.
If you have a normal mentrual period, and you notice that you're late by 4 or 5 days then you have to check your self out.
it can. usually after the 1st time you have sex your period will be late. if your period is more than 1 to 5 days late you might need to take a pregnancy test
You could be, yes.
Nothing that happens all the time.
stress and medication
Take a pregnancy test
Take another test
To get the most accurate result it is best to wait 5 to 10 days after a missed period. You can test with a 5 days before your missed period test BUT remember if it comes out negative, it could be a false negative and will want to test again once your period is late.
take a test
Certain pregnancy tests will show 5 days before your missed period, however I would wait until your period is officially late to take one just in case.
It's possible that you could be. Take a pregnancy test
At least 10-12 days after ovulation. It is best to wait until your missed period to get an accurate result. I tested with the early pregnancy test (5 days before missed period) and I got a negative. Then I took a test 3 days after my late period and got a positive.
From personal experience, yes! I was 55 days late and had just recently passed a large stone. 5 days after passing the stone my period arrived.
I got my IUD on July 8 2010 I had my first day of my normal period upon insertion. Bleed for 5 days. Then had continuous spoting until July 21 were I got my period again. I was told that irregular bleeding is normal. However, I will be calling my dr in the am to make sure that this its right
If your period is 5 days late, then yes. In-and-out is not a reliable birth control method.