Ask questions here pertaining to the role or absence of a female's menstrual period during pregnancy.
Ask questions here pertaining to the role or absence of a female's menstrual period during pregnancy.
It is not unusual for women to skip periods. If skipping three months at a time becomes a normal pattern for you, it makes sense to discuss the issue with your health care provider.
Yes. It can be so. But it is rare. May be that you are getting an abortion. It is better to get the uterus cleaned up in such case. Your gynecologist will be the best judge. Spotting is fairly common in early pregnancy. Still you have to consult the gynecologist in that case.
Yes, the girls period calendar is excellent to track and manage your period. It also gives a lot information related to menstruation.
Usually, your first period happens between the ages of 10 and 16 but some might get it earlier or later. Usually, you get it around the same age as your mum but there is no surety. So don't worry if you have not start your periods.
Two things come to mind, both are notable for a smell. One is bacterial vaginosis (BV), which is treated with an antibiotic or fuyan pill. If you have it, the doctor will be able to tell by doing a swab test, and I recommend the woman's sexual partner take the same kind of antibiotics at the same time. BV has as a hallmark, a bad smell especially after the period. The other option would be… Read More
if the woman has not yet stopped her period cycle. Than man can get her pregnant.
an accurate tester can be obtained for a few dollars from almost any large store-get one of those instead of trying to make one, then address the problem after you determine if you have one
Since there is a lot of fluids coming out of the body during period there could be some odour. However, if it is yellow and smells strange you must consult a doctor.
Women usually did the farming and house work, while men would usually did the hunting and fighting.
There is increase in blood volume of the pregnant woman. The foetus also needs iron for the blood formation. The foetus stores the iron in it's liver. You want that the iron should be stored in the liver of the mother also. For this purpose the pregnant woman should take iron salt from fourth month onward. The pregnancy related vomiting usually stop by this time. She should get 30 mg of elemental iron through out… Read More
Well it is like this because at the beginning it just starts so it will not have as much blood and in the middle you will start to get more blood coming. At the end the blood will start to slow down so it will be less blood. If you are worrying about it is completely normal, so there is no problem what so ever.
Absolutely Its not safe, since your average cycle is 28 days and then your period starts on day 1 and ends on like day 4-7 so adding 5 days after that would almost bring you to the middle of your cycle when ovulation usually happens. Sperm enter you tubes and hang around for a couple of days waiting for you to release an egg and once that occurs.
This looks to be simple question to ask, but difficult to answer. What is normal for you may be abnormal for somebody else. But then, the answer is "Yes". You can have normal periods in the month that fallows the pregnancy. I have come across many such pregnancies. You can have spotting in next month also. That is also common. The ultrasound scan gives the true picture of the story.
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Yes its ok to take your birth control pills as normal. You really didnt need to take a EC hun. BCP protects you against pregnancy. Because you took EC your period may be early or later than planned.
Usually having your period is a sign you arent pregnant, but just to be sure wait until a few weeks after your period and take another test.
Possibly. Take a home pregnancy test, and if it's negative, and you still haven't gotten your period, go to a doctor or planned parenthood.
Hello. If you're still having periods or irregular periods and ovulating, then yes this could be a sign of pregnancy. Or if your going through the menopause, it could also be due to the menopause. Its really difficult to say. But if its pregnancy related, its most likely implantation bleeding and you wont be able to test for another two weeks. So see your doctor for a quantitative beta hcg blood test as this test… Read More
Talk to someone you feel close to. The boyfriend, or the father of the baby first. Then if you want to talk to somebody about your feelings, or what to do, then call a hotline, or go to a planned parenthood close to you.
If you are on your period is unlikely you are pregnant. Ask your GP if you are concerned.
If you are pregnant and you are having problems, you should contact a doctor right away. It could be anything. Even if you are not planning on continuing the pregnancy, you should still contact a doctor. Cramps during pregnancy can mean many things: gas, constipation, ectopic pregnancy, pre-term labor, miscarriage, braxton hicks contractions, and many other things. If you feel that it may be more serious you should contact your doctor.
Well, it is not normal unless you or some one else is playing with or sucking on your breasts, which would stimulate hormones that start lactation. In this case, your body has been tricked into thinking it needs to produce milk for feeding. My suggestion is to refrain from touching your breasts for two weeks unless actually necessary.
Don't wait because with eratic periods you could go a very long time without knowing your pregnant, And you need to get prenatal care and get on prenatal vitamins. It can be especially dangerous not knowing if you're pregnant if you drink or do drugs. Even if you don't do it heavily, the begining stages of pregnancy are the most crucial. So if you suspect it, take it seriously.
from everything I have read it is an oil that the Montgomery glands secrete to lubricate the nipples/areolas and get them ready for breastfeeding.
You start counting the weeks from the first day of your last period. So if you miss a period you count it as 4 weeks even though you only conceived 2 weeks before. This is because in the old days women didn't know when they conceived and had no tests or anything so could only count from the monthly period. Term is now counted as 37-40 completed weeks from the last period.
It's possible, but there a lot of other factors that may be a reason why your period is late.
Yes you could be pregnant or it could be caused by the pill.
It is very, very possible. Cramps are a part of normal pregnancy too (uterus is preparing to make room for the baby). You will need to take a HPT.
quite possibly, everyones different however i found with both my pregnancies i lightly spotted for one day a week after my period was due apparently this is the cervic sealing itself. i'd get a pregnancy test if you're unsure. good luck
I don't think so. You may be having a miscarriage
A woman is fertile during ovulation and around a week beforehand when there is fertile cervical mucus present - she cannot get pregnant at any other time of her menstrual cycle. Obviously if she is infertile she cannot get pregnant, and birth control reduces chances of pregnancy.
If you teted negative on Urine tests and Yo uare Still having your period, then you are NOT pregnant.
pregnant 10days? No this is too early for any signs although some woman say they 'know' the first sign is missed period a pregnancy test will not show positive until there is a high amount of hormones about 4-5 weeks after conception. in the early stage of pregnancy you get very tired and sleep loads you can get sickness,tender boobs and pains like period pains, head aches, get windy or constipated and wee more!
It is possible to be pregnant and have bleeding. See below for more information. http://www.babycenter.com/refcap/pregnancy/prenatalhealth/3081.html http://www.babycenter.com/expert/preconception/gettingpregnant/1460117.html
Yes because you have had unprotected sex and even though you got your period last month you had sex this month and you period hasn't come yet there so you could be pregnant.
YES rarely, but yes
answer It seems that you still on your period its left over blood don't worry Kat
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periods are commonly irregular. if ones a little shorter or a little longer that's completely normal.
like an inch every 2 weeks....the woman will gain about 20-30 pounds throughout the whole pregnancy and the baby should be between 5 and 8lbs.
It can be caused my irregular periods or the pill if you are worried go see a doctor
It can mean either one, which may not be helpful to you but its true. Spotting can be a sign of pregnancy or it can be the beginning of your period -- you'll know which one in 24 hrs. I did! For more specific medical info go to a WebMD.
i'm in the same boat as all you girls. Im 9 days late and i just did my HPT yday, which came out negative. Prior to this, I guess I have done about 8-9 HPT test from the first day I missed my menses. Im having all kinds of symptoms like bloatedness, thirsty, feel lethargic and nausea. My menses normally come on time every month and I am seldom late. My dh says I am… Read More
Answer guess your having a period while pregnant then its fine if you are worried go back to the clinic or go and see a doctor. From Pink Princess
this is age of starting the period so it may take ups and downs in ur periods so just chill out and wait for few days but still its not come on time than consult doctor.
This is an old wives tale. You can lift your hands above your head.
I heard people say they had a period while pregnant and I heard that story about it happening to that lady who had twins so ye I do believe in period while pregnant. I had Implantation bleeding on the 2nd may 2 weeks after I got my period but even though I got my period I could still be pregnant. Every women is different some have periods while pregnant some don't and the ones who… Read More
But have missed periods since? It was only 1 time s*x and the guy did not c*m and the girl was on the pill? After the last period she stopped taking the pill and has has no other symptoms of pregnancy except 2 missed periods and feeling slightly bloated in the past week...
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I am also 6 weeks late i thought i was pregnant but my flow is a normal period and i heard it was very unlikely to have a normal perios while pregnant! very confused.
No! See a doctor immediately. I would love to know the verdict after you saw your doctor because I too had a 14 day cycle and was later diagnosed with a tumour on my pituitary gland called a prolactinoma. However I feel I still have something else because symptoms of a prolactinoma are light periods or lack of them altogether.........
Yes. A friend of mine had her period during the first three months of her pregancny and her gynae said this was normal.
First of all, getting ur period during pregnancy is not possible. If you bleed heavily during pregnancy, consult a doctor, might be miscarriage.
A woman has sex with a man and sperm goes in to her vagina and merges with an egg. That creates an embryo which grows to become a baby.
No. From what I know based on knowledge and some research, you can't. When you are on your period it is a sign that your body is a preparing itself for fertility. Although you can still get pregnant while on your period (if you are still fertile) you should not take a test. The test takes the hormone levels in your pee and when you are on your hormones are everywhere. If I were you… Read More
I'm experiencing this right now. A few months ago I thought I was pregnant but the test was negative. I have also been having my monthly period. A week ago I began feeling movements inside of me. My husband can even feel them. We are both confused by this. I spoke to my nurse at my obgyn's office and she says that it is probably just gas or it could even be a bacterial infection… Read More
yes it is I have had 2 chirldren and had no symptoms of any kind I would try a test if i were you.
yes it is...i have been pregnant before...soon the morning sickness will come...if it hasn't already...
it can be caused by stress,diet, age and irregular periods
You probably just had a miscarrage.
yes, its very much possible. wait for another week and try again. i am in the similar situation. it can take as long as 15 days also for HCG to be detected thru HPT.... so, wish u luck n same 2 me. :)
If your period was not due for 2 weeks, it sounds as if you had some ovulation spotting, which is completely normal and might or might not happen every month.
Many things including pregenancy. See your doctor. She might be pregnant or might dont have a regular period. either she is having an irregular period or either pregnant
They can. It's something to do with sympathy pains and sympathy morning sickness. Funny, but true.
Yes You Can Get Your Period And Still Be Pregnant because if you ever watched i didnt know i was pregnant until they have the baby sometimes some people have their regular flow while they are pregnant and it could be a bad thing its a 50 percent chance of your baby not being that healthy.
Yes, this dark red or brown spotting could be implantation bleeding. This is an early sign of pregnancy.
After 3 weeks during the last row of pills in the pack.
Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include missed period, tender/swollen breasts, change in color of the breasts, fatigue, nausea/vomiting, increased sense of smell, and weight gain. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/
Its possible you could be pregnant yes. Perform a pregnancy test 3 weeks after you last had intercourse.
If you were pregnant, it would probably be the other way round, so your period would usually be regular and then suddenly be irregular. You are probably not pregnant, but if you're really worried, do a pregnancy test. Hope I helped!
Usually about the time when your missed period occurs you can take a home pregnancy test. Implantation can take anywhere from 6-10 days after ovualation to take place. Home pregnancy test measure the amount of HCG in your urine and that hormone is not released until implantaion occurs. If you test on the day of your missed period and a few days after and it is negative then wait a week and if you still… Read More
Absoulutely, I was bloating in my first couple of weeks, often felt tired tho with it.
When I was pregnant my period never came so i never had what is called implantation bleeding however; towards the 8th month of my pregnancy i started spotting because my birth canal was getting ready and was thinning out, you should always call your doctor just to make sure.
That is a question you should ask your doctor....he will probably say that you should not lift so much, bending is okay but bend with your knees and not your back.
Yes, but it is terrible rare.
wait 1 monts but wait till after you're positive its not spotting. then take one. any other time may give you a fake negative, or positive
Your basal body temperature is your body temperature immediately upon rising in the morning. One use of basal body temperature is a woman can tell if she has ovulated based on recording this temperature over time. Before a women ovulates, her basal body temperature is lower. Once she ovulates and her levels of progesterone rise, so does her basal body temperature. There are special thermometers to measure BBT, but you can also just use a… Read More
Yes, but normally the blood test the dr. will do will check for your hormone levels in the blood. In a miscarriage they will drop signifigantly. If they have tested your blood and are telling you that, then it is probably not misdiagnosed. :(
Answer I couldn't confirm if you are pregnant or not but on a personal note, i didn't get my period for quite a while after depo, and even after i found i couldn't get pregnant for quite some time so chances are you probably aren't pregnant but just to make sure take a pregnancy test.
You could, but why would you want too? If you're having AF, then you're probably not pregnant. A few women will have light spotting in early pregnancy, but if it's your actual period, then there is no reason to take test
You should be able to get a pregnancy test which can detect pregnancy hormones before you miss your period. But some women experience early pregnancy symptoms and some women just "know" that they are pregnant before they miss a period. Positive pregnancy test Feeling sick/actually being sick Headaches Dizziness Exhausted Stuffy nose Needing to pee more Tender/sore breasts Emotional/moody
Stress, gaining/losing weight, but it could also be serious... Please see your doctor, at least to gain peace of mind.
This is usually caused by irregular periods which are quite common. Its also advisable that you rule out pregnancy by performing a pregnancy test. See your Doctor for a evaluation.
cramps in early stages or any time during pregnancy can mean the body is trying to spontaneously abort the fetus. Nature's way of fixing things that are not supposed to happen. *Cramps during early pregnancy are something that happens to many women. Your body is changing and getting ready for your baby to grow. Many women will experience mild cramps during the first few weeks of pregnancy. In fact, a lot of women think that… Read More
She needs to contact a child help line or some one who can get her into a temporary foster home or try and talk to her mother. Maybe she can find a relative to stay with, an aunt or uncle, or brother or sister - it was wrong of her mother to throw her out as she is only 13 and try and be there as her friend if she needs to talk. Well, it… Read More
The best answer is that if you are having unprotected sex, it is possible at anytime. There are many myths, including one very popular one..."You can't get pregnant while you have your period." This is very untrue. The body is a very complex thing. There is no telling for sure (100%) that on Wednesday @ 1:17pm your period will start or that you will get up and go to the bathroom in the middle of… Read More
You need to go see you doctor as soon as possible. If you can not get in soon go to the Emergency Room. Those are not symptoms to mess around with.
It is nothing to do with pregnancy. The result is "positive" for phosphate, meaning, presumably, that higher levels of phosphate then normal are being found in the blood. Phosphate is a normal substance in foods which is needed in the body mainly as a constituent of bone. Excess phosphate is normally filtered out of the blood by the kidneys and ends up in the urine. A positive serum phosphate test, which I assume means higher… Read More
Are you starving ourself? sounds like someone who is crash dieting, and when they eat, they get severe pains because their stomach (inside) has shrunk, along with your digestive track. If not, I'm assuming it's different from normal PMS cramping? Go to your doctor. Be safe. you may have a blater infection... at least thats what there telling me i have now... been 8 days still no period...
Sometimes when we get very depressed, it's hard for us to understand things clearly. the very best way to deal with this question, if it is a concern of yours, is to talk with a professional right away. Talk to a counselor or therapist, or contact your primary care physician and get a referral. It's very good that you're asking the question. Now take it a step further and find someone to talk to.
No. Menstrual bleeding during pregnancy isn't possible since menstruation only occurs when the egg that's released isn't fertilized. However it isn't unusual for a pregnant woman to bleed or spot for other reasons -- some of which require medical attention. See link below.
Answer if i was you i would tell the doctor to go to .... and find a new doctor Answer I second that. It sounds as though your doctor may be trying to cover up for a faulty job. But you can only cover up a pregnancy for so long....... You are the patient, you are in charge. If you request testing, he cannot refuse you
You're probably not, but the only way to know for sure is to have a blood test for pregnancy. Home pregnancy tests aren't reliable until just about the time you'd expect to have your period. The blood test doesn't lie. Good luck.
It takes nine months for a baby to develop in your womb. It is normally described as 40 weeks because doctors can never exactly predict when you concived, so they say 40 weeks even though a baby only takes 36 weeks to develop.