Periods and Conception

Could you be pregnant if you are late for your period and you are not getting the normal period symptoms you get right before your period?

012

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2012-05-01 21:49:22
2012-05-01 21:49:22

You definitely are pregnant

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions


If you had two normal periods , the chances of you getting pregnant are very little.

You don't have to be pregnant with all of these symptoms, I have these symptoms a lot and I am not pregnant. It's very normal for me but I have some other problems. Consult your doctor if you think your pregnant.

Don't mean to scare you, but I was 5 1/2 months pregnant before I knew.

Unfortunetly the number of teenager's getting pregnant are higher now then they used to be, but no, it is not normal

Yes, It is normal to be 7 weeks pregnant and not have any symptoms I am almost 8 weeks pregnant and i have only had minor cramping so I never suspected anything except that I was 3 weeks late.

No. Two normal heavy periods and no symptoms of pregnancy sound like your definitely not pregnant.

if you do bleed from your uterus, anything inside will be flushed out. this only happens if the egg is not fertilized. therefore if you do bleed and think you are pregnant, you are not.

No, not having cramps is normal and lucky. If your haveing a normal flow you aren't pregnant.

Pregnancy symptoms are not a normal side effect of Mirena removal. Take a pregnancy test.

I am 7 weeks and currently have a low back ache. However, there are no "bad" symptoms, so I think it's probably fine. I have all the good symptoms, so I am not too concerned. I've had a previous m/c, and did not have any pg symptoms with that pg. Again, I think it's normal.

If you had normal period (not short! not light!) - your chances for pregnancy are about 1%. If you had unusual period + pregnancy symptoms - you chances or pregnancy are 50%-60%.

Yes. The symptoms can be due to normal illnesses or to hormone fluctuation.

Hiya! Its highly unlikely you are pregnant if you had two normal period and are having no pregnancy symptoms.

YOu don't have any symptoms before implantation as there are no hormones to give symptoms. Until implantation you are not pregnant. --answer-- Agree. Normally symptoms start around 2-3 weeks AFTER implantation has occured. However,some women claim that they have felt it earlier which is also normal. Everyone is different, but before implantation it is impossible to have pregnancy hormones in your body. I strated to feel pregnant after I had been late like two weeks on my period so that means I was already 6 weeks pregnant..But as I have said, everyone is different. Good luck!

If your period was normal flow and lasted the normal amount of days for you then no you're not pregnant. However perform a test to be certain.

It's normal for symptoms to fluctuate during pregnancy.

No, you dont have to have any set of symptoms to be pregnant. Some women have no symptoms at all! Some women's only symptom is that they do not have a monthly period. Some women have all the major symptoms of pregnancy. Both are completely normal. If you are unsure if you are pregnant though, please see your doctor for a test.

Getting pregnant depends on several criteria : woman's age ovulation normal womb menstruation cycle enough and normal sperms

Plesae rephrase your question... Are you asking if your pregnant is it normal for you to have a heavy period?

Yes you can have a normal period and still be pregnant. The only for sure way to know if you are pregnant is hearing the babies heart beat. See a Dr.

Its not normal but it is common, are you taking birth control? could you have ovarian cysts? or could you be pregnant?

Normal. When you become pregnant you periods stop until after the birth.

Just eat normal. There's no wonder food that can help you.Actually, an important thing is, when your pregnant, remember, don't eat junk food. eat Healthy.


Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.