Could you get pregnant on your last day of your period even if you have irregular periods?
Yes, You could get pregnant whether you have regular periods or not. But, If you have your period and you get pregnant it could lead to a miscarriage.
My last period was the 13th of April and lasted about 7 days my periods are very irregular i had sex and he came in me on the 14th of may and i still haven't got my period could i be pregnant?
Could you be pregnant if your period is early 2 months with no cramping and is very light and lasts only two days?
If you have irregular periods and for like the past week and a half you have had really sensitive nipples and slight cramps and gassy could you be pregnant?
Could you be pregnant if you usually have regular periods and for the past couple of months it's been irregular?
Could you be pregnant if you haven't had your period in two months and your periods have been irregular before but not this bad and you have no pregnancy symptoms?
Could you be pregnant if you missed your periods for two months but then started spotting with tiny clots recently?
Not having your period for 2 months and finally spotting with clots could mean several different things. Either you could be pregnant, or your period is irregular. Irregular periods could be a sign of either stress or health problem. You should get checked out just to be sure because if pregnancy is the case, you don't want to risk hurting the baby by avoiding the doctor.
If your period is irregular and you don't know if you are pregnant but you start bleeding could this be your period or a miscarriage?
What are the chances of getting pregnant if your partner had 2 periods in 1 month and the last 1 was around the middle of the month and she had unprotected sex at the beginning of the next month?
Could you still be pregnant if you had a period last month but it was different and you had one this month but it was 11 days late and a pregnancy test was negative?
Can you still be pregnant even if you have been on your period for 3 to 4 weeks and it has been spotting?
Yes you can be pregnant, I would go to the doc's you could be having a misscarage, A DNC would need to be done! Answer Hi I had Implantation bleeding 2 weeks before my period got my period so can't be pregnant. You should take a pregnancy test or go to the doctors and see what's wrong with your periods. Irregular periods could of caused it. From Pink Princess
You can still get your period when youre pregnant, but it's rare. If your diet has changed, or you've had any other severe change in your lifestyle (i.e. medication, exercise) could also be the cause to your irregular periods. Call your doctor, you can tell the nurse on the phone what is going on and she can advise you whether you should come in for an appointment.
Yes, because if you have irregular periods than you probably do not ovulate regularly. Which if you are trying to conceive could make it very difficult to determine when you will be able to conceive, because determining ovulation is difficult. Having irregular periods also means that you are ovulating less than someone who has a period promptly every 28-30 days which does in fact decrease your chances. With that being said, getting pregnant while having…
If hpt are negativean hcg test is neg but you still have not had your period are usually regular could you still be pregnant Even when no signs of your period are showing had breast tenderness?
Could you be pregnant if you are 7 weeks late and you had spotting for 2 days and then a light period?
Of course after a few weeks of missed period you should take a hpt. Its very normal to have light bleeding when first pregnant. ANSWER GO and See a doctor I had Implantation bleeding then 2 weeks after got my period so which means I'm not pregnant . Late period can be caused by stress, age and diet. If you have irregular periods it can cause late periods or even it can skip a month…
There are a few reasons as to why you had your period for half a day and then it stopped. If your periods are just starting, it is normal for them to be irregular for a while. If you have irregular periods or are on hormonal birth control, this can also affect your periods. Lastly, if pregnancy could be possible, you should take a pregnancy test to rule that out as soon as possible.