Periods and Conception

Can your period be 5 days late with an IUD?


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2011-09-12 14:10:57
2011-09-12 14:10:57

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
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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.

Nothing that happens all the time.

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

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.

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.

If the period came - even if it was 5 days late - then NO. If 5 days past when you expect the period to start and it hasn't started then - MAYBE. Yes, you could be if you have had sex. or it could just be a your period.if you are unsure take a pregnancy test . ====

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.

If your period is 5 days late, then yes. In-and-out is not a reliable birth control method.

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

One's period is irregular for the first few years. lf it goes beyond that, talk to your doctor.

A mere 5 days is nothing to worry about, your period also isn't 'late' but just later than you predicted. Unless you use FAM you predict your periods based on your average menstrual cycle, but your cycles change all the time and anything up to 7 days from your average cycle is considered normal, still regular.

Your body isn't like clockwork, it can do things like that every now and then.

Bella tells Edward her period is 5 days late and Edward discovers it by himself.

Pills and the IUD can reduce a woman's menses to 'spotting" , to one or two days rather than 5 to 7. It can also stop periods all together.

Normally you can take them the day after a missed period (some even 5 days before a missed period) but I have heard unless you wait 10 days after a missed period you could get a false negative. I would say wait a few more days, then test again. Also, it culd be that you have ovulated late, or if you are under stress or poor eating habits can also make you late.

Yes, that is what happened to me and I am now 35 weeks pregnant. The spotting is fertilisation taking place.

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