Can I ovulate more than once a cycle? Answer: No. You ovulate once a cycle and typically release one egg. But the best way to think of ovulation is as an event that takes place over 24 hours. During that time you can release one or more eggs, which explains, for example, fraternal twins. Here's how it works: Every cycle, about 15 to 20 eggs start to mature in each ovary. Each egg is encased in its own fluid-filled sac, or follicle. A race begins for one of these follicles to become the largest. Ovulation eventually occurs when one ovary releases an egg from the most dominant follicle.
i have three times noticed that i have all symptoms of pregnancy .every time my periods delay for 15 days and above .but i was not pregnant
You might be pregnant - take a test These are menstrual symptoms, it takes a while for your breasts to dry up, not pregnant.
Yes. If you conceived then you are pregnant. Unless you had a miscarriage but you would probably have noticed this. Get a pregnancy test from a shop and see. Once you have done that, if it turns out you are pregnant, go and see a doctor.
The Robitussin should have no affect on your pregnancy but you should check with your doctor. You find that many of the symptoms of pregnancy reduce after 13 weeks, the tiredness, nausea, sore breasts etc all tend to get better and you start to 'bloom'. You have probably been feeling so sick with the cough you hadn't noticed the pregnancy symptoms diminishing.
It is possible but you would be pretty far along to already feel the fluttering feeling. I would hope you have noticed other possible symptoms of pregnancy as well. Try taking a pregnancy test to determine for sure if you are pregnant or not. If you are pregnant, schedule an appointment with an OB/GYN to start your prenatal care as soon possible.
There really aren't any known symptoms for being 2 weeks but I do know with my 1st child I was young & the 1st thing I noticed was I had a lot of heartburn. You may have sore breast also. Well technically your second week of pregnancy you are not even pregnant. Weird, I know! Doctors count your first week of pregnancy as the week you are menstruating. So if you are among the average woman's body you are not pregnant until the third week! If you want to read more about this, Google a week-by-week pregnancy calendar!
At two to three weeks pregnant, there's rarely many symptoms noticeable at all. You may have noticed slight spotting( implantation bleeding) or a missed period.
Yes this can happen your upcoming period can feel like early pregnancy, your stomach can become hard, upset, cramped, ect. Early pregnancy will very rarely be noticed until you miss you period. But this question is tricky because these symptoms can be several different things.
With my first pregnancy, the breast agony was one of the first symptoms I noticed. I never had them hurt before my period so I knew there was something up. After the first pregnancy, it didn't occur until much later. Right now I am pregnant with #5 and I haven't had any breast pain, just colostrum.
A tubal ectopic pregnancy is usually discovered sometime between the sixth or seventh week of pregnancy, but can be noticed as early as four weeks into a pregnancy. If there a no symptoms of a tubal pregnancy, it may go unnoticed until a first trimester ultrasound.
I am 5 weeks pregnant,and that was one of the earliest symptoms I noticed. But it can also be caused by other things as well. Like vaginal abrasions caused by sex or yeast infection. You should contact your doctor if u get a negative pregnancy test. Hope that helps a little
This was actually the 1st thing (apart from being late) that I actually noticed before I even knew I was pregnant.
yes, my auntie was still having her periods and didnt know that she was pregnant till she noticed symptoms like milk leaking boobs enlargement etc.
Your pregnancy is considered to have started on the first day of the cycle in which you got pregnant. Since most women have a 28-day cycle and they conceived around the 14th day, you are technically considered 2 weeks pregnant at the time of conception. Therefore, by the time you find out you are pregnant (you've noticed you missed your period, pregnancy test is positive) you are considered about 4 weeks pregnant. hope this is what you were looking for.
i have done a hpt and have ben to the doctors and both confirmed that i am pregnant but the dr did say that i am fairly early in the pregnancy 5 days later i noticed light pink discharge should i be worried
Well, it could be just period symptoms, i.e., breasts are growing and your bloated, but if you've actually noticed your stomach is considerably bigger I'd say youre pregnant for sure. Take the First Response test and find out.
The cervix will normally feel firm (like the tip of your nose) when not pregnant. In pregnancy, the cervix normally rises (is higher up) and is softer (like feeling your lips with your fingers). This may vary between women and can sometimes not be noticed until late pregnancy so it is not a reliable indicator of pregnancy.
he noticed certain patients symptoms made no neurological sense
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.
Yes I would say that it is normal because with my second pregnancy I found out that I was 10 weeks pregnant because of my nipples leaking white fluid which seemed like milk...I wasnt aware that I could have that symptom but its possible..I took a pregnancy test as soon as I noticed the leakage and I was pregnant.
When you noticed you missed a period, you get tired easily, vomiting, abdomen starts to enlarge, breast enlargement, cravings then you have a positve pregnancy test.
Yes, it can. Rising progesterone levels can cause your cheeks to flush. This was actually one of the first symptoms I noticed in all three of my pregnancies.
There is no perfect text book pregnancy. Everyone pregnancy is different, but mine changed within, about, the first 2 - 2 1/2 months. Actually, when I noticed the change in color, that is when I took the home pregnance test (and of course I was pregnant).
Yes, and you might not have even noticed before you were pregnant, but there is actually a good bit of hair around the areola beforehand.
i had an eptopic pregnancy and was nearly 9 weeks pregnant with it, a urine test came back positive and i noticed i had a strange pain in my left upper side??? i didnt feel pregnant at all no sickness or anything i was one of the lucky ones as mine ruptured and i had to have emergency sugery. don't wait girls its very dangerous. go straight to A&E. i nearly died and i would have left my 8 year old without a mother for my ignorance. good luck keep safe.