Ask questions here about times to conceive based on a woman's menstrual cycle.
Ask questions here about times to conceive based on a woman's menstrual cycle.
If you are in your forties, you may find this type of irregularity in your periods. You should check in with your doctor to verify the cause, and she may have some solutions available to offer you. Regardless of your age, you should see your doctor about matters such as this one.
Somewhere between 8-14 years. Most are around 11-12.
No definite number or probability can be assigned without a great deal more information. There is a chance but how great that chance is cannot be answered by total strangers who know nothing about you. Visit your doctor.
That is not so most of the time. You normally get the periods after 14 days after the ovulation. It may be possible in rare case. It is more than common to have periods even after the implantation of the fertilized ovum. Most of the time the product of conception is genetically abnormal. That is the nature's defence against the birth of abnormal babies. At times there is hormonal imbalance.
is it two weeks be for period
I missed my period this month. I'm usually off about 4 or 5 days, but this time it's been almost 2 weeks. I know 100 percent I'M NOT PREGNANT. I heard that working out, stress, over eating can cause missed cycles. I have had moderate of all, but not anything drastic. I'm really worried. Should I go to the doctor?
girls get it between 12 and 14. you'll get it. but enjoy your life without it. it really sucks to have it. talk about PAINFUL.... :(
No. Answer 2: You can only get pregnant if your boyfriend places his penis against or into your vagina such that some of his semen enters.
Im 14 and I have my period, but its not the time of the month yet. Im going away in about 2 weeks, and Im really scared that I'll get it while Im away and I wouldn t be able to go in the beach/pool. How do I get my period faster? And another question is , if I end up getting my period during the vacation, can I go in the water with it… Read More
Stress can cause a person to miss a period, as well as your weight can affect your cycle. In more serious cases of missed periods, it could be PCOS, which is what I have, or Endometriosis. There are many factors as to why some women don't a period every month, missing one isn't a big deal. But if a person misses several, I would recommend seeing a doctor to make sure something more serious isn't… Read More
Menopause is the term for the end of menstrual cycles. A woman is postmenopausal after she has had a year with no period.
You go to the family physician or better a gynecologist. She may be pregnant. You may have to take help of your parents.
No, it typically is not true. A woman may have one lighter period after conception, but periods should not continue since the lining will not need to rebuild each month in preparation for conception. Even though TV shows make it sound like it is normal to have periods during pregnancy, it is NOT normal.
Periods vary widely from woman to woman. Some periods are punctual, some are unpredictable. On average, a woman gets her period every 24 to 38 days. A period usually lasts about two to eight days. Irregular periods may require treatment. You may have irregular periods if: The time between each period starts to change. You are losing more or less blood during a period than usual. The number of days that your period lasts varies… Read More
Yes it is ! If she has unprotected intercourse with a guy - there's a very good chance she'll get pregnant ! A woman's menstrual cycle runs at 28-day intervals (give or take a day or two).
Yes. It is possible. Specially when she gets her first period and then gets the periods stopped. You have to be in contact with the family physician or better the gynecologist. There you will get the correct guidance.
No, it is a myth, In fact you must exercise during periods as it will help ease out the pain and also distract you.
No, it is untrue. The same rules about eating apply during a menstrual cycle that would when don't have a period. Just eat healthy.
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There are only six days in a woman's cycle that they can conceive and they fall in the middle of the menstrual cycle, starting with 24 hours prior to ovulation.
Yes, it is possible to miss your period, even if it has come on time for two months. Pregnancy is the most common cause of a missed period. However, you could also be missing your period because of stress, hormonal changes or intense exercise.
Typically 14 days after your period depending on if youre regular or not. Another way to tell when you are ovulation is stick to fingers into ur vag and if when you pull them out and pull your fingers apart, if there's a strand of egg white consitancy then you are ovulating.
you have the chance to get pregnant
can i get pregnant 2 days before my period starts
You should go see a doctor my mom had the same thing and she went to doctor and the prescribed with pills.
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If you mean, how is it determined whether babies will be girls and not boys, this is determined by genes. The egg and the sperm each contribute one-half (50%) of the genes that will go on to become either a boy or a girl fetus in the mother's womb. In each gene (46 total), there can be dominant or recessive traits. The mixing of these traits controls whether a baby has brown, black, blonde, or… Read More
Yes because if you get cramps or something then your mums can help and if your ever late or worried your mum can help
yes it is normal
Periods can often be very irregular, sometimes very short or very long, especially during teenage years. Typically, however, it should not last for three weeks. You should first talk to your mom or other adult caregiver. Ask that they arrange a doctor's appointment for you. Note: In many areas, Planned Parenthood will do free or low cost exams. The main concern with very long periods is that it is possible to become anemic from blood… Read More
Yes. With most birth control pills or other contraception, you need to use a backup method (such as a condom) for at least the first seven days after starting the contraception. If you think you might be pregnant, please see your doctor immediately.
The first day of a womans menstrual period is just that - the first day of menstruation.
No. Your body decides when to have this happen through hormones being released in your body. You will get it soon enough. My guess is you are about 11-13 years old. Ask your mom when hers began and that will give you a timeline.
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Hello. A lot of peoples periods become spotty or a lot lighter on the third day. Because you had a period its highly unlikely your pregnant hun. But if your concerned, do a pregnancy test.
It could mean you are pregnant, have irregular periods, hormonal imbalance or you have had a light and early period this month for no reason.
Since I don't know why you haven't had your period for six months I can only say is that if your periods are absent due to eating, health, illness, other medical problems -in fact mostly all things, YES. I have known women whose periods were absend much longer than that, and were told they would not have children. They have conceived due to thinking they needn't worry about contraceptives. Please rather be careful, or alternatively… Read More
It is never normal to spot, pink, brown, or red. You should see your doctor as soon as possible. Sometimes spotting can be harmless, but only your doctor can tell you that. It IS normal to spot! Just not in excess or in an increased amount. Spotting alone is not a sign to worry, but when combined with other symptoms, it becomes an issue worth due dilligence. It can take up to six months for… Read More
if it says pregnate it could be a false positive meaning you could have cancer instead
Five or ten POUNDS?!?!? That's an awful lot of water retention! Ask your doctor about diuretics (sp).
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.
Answer Pregnant? If you have had unprotected sex yes its possible. Some women still get period whilst they are pregnant. If you are having any symptoms of pregnancy check it out with your doctor. I would take a home pregnancy test just to be on the safe side. and don't any harsh medicine or your baby will have medical conditions
If you are on your period is unlikely you are pregnant. Ask your GP if you are concerned.
A positive test means your pregnant. If your period is red then this could be a miscarriage. Go to ER now.
Hi, Yes you could be pregnant. Based on what you said and the way you described the bleeding, it does sound a LOT like implantation bleeding. If this is implantation bleeding then you cannot do a pregnancy test yet because it will be far too early. Implantation bleeding occurs 8-12 days after unprotected sex and is your bodys way of telling you the Embryo has now implanted itself in your Uterus and began releasing HCG… Read More
No, thrush will have no effect on your menstrual cycle. Thrush is a yeast infection that can occur in your vulva and/or your vagina, it's nothing more than a fungal infection so doesn't effect hormones in any way. Your period is determined by your menstrual cycle, a domino effect of hormonal changes between your brain and reproductive organs, this is not effects by a vaginal infection. If your period is late or skips it's due… Read More
Yes, there are various pills that are available. You should speak to your pharmacist, or preferably, your doctor, and they will recomend something for you to delay it. However, if you are on the Pill,by skipping the placebo pills and going straight to the next pack, you will avoid your period for that cycle.
yes you can
A woman is most fertile during ovulation - which is typically two weeks before menstruation. A woman is also fertile up to a week leading up to ovulation when there is fertile quality cervical mucus present, this can keep sperm alive in the vagina for up to a week by which time the woman may ovulate. Unless you use Fertility Awareness Method you can't know when you're fertile.
It's possible, but there a lot of other factors that may be a reason why your period is late.
Yes! Some women have a brownish pink discharge or slight bleeding with implantation. After conception takes place, the embryo then makes it way down to your uterus, where it starts implanting. This process from conception to implantation can take from 6-12 days. This is where the baby attaches itself to the lining of your uterus, and sometimes this causes the spotting or light bleeding. After this time, which could last a week or so to… Read More
Yes you could be pregnant or it could be caused by the pill.
It might be due to ovulation.
Depends on the circumstances of the penis. Was there precum? Maybe. Was there ejaculation? The chances are greater that you get pregnant during your ovulation, but some women get pregnant anytime of the month. well, just think of it this way--when you ovulate is in fact the ONLY time in which you can get pregnant. and it is possible to ovulate at any time.
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.
No, you do not want to be on your period when trying to get pregnant. The best time to try is when you are ovulating. That is half way through your cycle. For example: my cycle length each month is 30 days so the time I'm most likely to conceive is 15 days past the first day of my last period. No, while you can get pregnant while you are on your period, you must… Read More
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
That depends on how long your cycle is! Some people have 21 day cycles, some 35 days or longer. If you're a medium-to-longer cycler, the more likely it can be to conceive. If you have a viable egg and uterine lining, and you come into contact with sperm, then you can get pregnant, plain and simple. See below for more information about cycle length and fertility. http://www.babycenter.com/expert/preconception/gettingpregnant/1460117.html
yes, after childbirth your hormones will flux up to 3 years good luck Joymaker RN
The Cervix is similar in appearance and structure to a penis, and hangs down into the vaginal cavity. The opening of the cervix is called the "Os." When attempting to check your cervix make sure your hands are washed and your nails well trimmed. Squat with your buttocks on your ankles, gentle insert a finger into the vagina up towards the belly button, the opening of the cervix is located near the front of the… Read More
There is a pill that can do that temporarily. Ask your doctor.
About 9-10 days after the menstruation stops
YES rarely, but yes
Your overies hasn't formed any eggs, meaning the eggs havent dropped. This means it is harder for you to get pregnant. You should see a OBGYN.
about 2 weeks
If you are supposed to have a period sometime in a month and you don't have anything at all, when you notice you haven't then take a test the next morning. Studies have shown that morning urine has the most hormones in it and you will have a better reading on the test.
I've had this problem since th day I became sexually active and that was 12 years ago lol... I have always had irregular periods... sometimes skipping 3 months at a time.. then after I had my daughter not I can skip like 6 months... I don't know why... I don't have insurance either... but we have been trying for babies since 2001... and so far we have only gotten pregnant once and that was in… Read More
Drinking alcohol while having your period has no effect regarding your menstrual cycle or anything like that. It's when you are pregnant that drinking alcohol can cause harm to your unborn child. Otherwise, drinking comes with all the risks it does for anyone else - loss of control, dehydration, loss of brain cells, risky behavior, etc.
I hope this wil help.... go to the website that I will paste t at the end. It has an OVULATION CALCULATOR Than can calculate the safe period for you... http://www.babycentre.co.uk/tools/ovu/ Merry Christmass. -Sol
Scientists use hamsters to study human menstrual cycles because they are almost identical. Instead of bleeding at the end of the cycle, hamsters have a thick, white discharge that has a strong musky scent during ovulation. They can get moody, and I've had some that had full blown PMS once a month.
menstruration cycle starts form when you see white things in your pant or brown stuff some say it is infection but my mum says that if you keep seeing the white stuff i am not really sure of what it i called that it means you are all most there in your mensturation then you start seeing spots of blood that is acually what i know.
hey i don't have an answer, but im the same although i am waiting for my periods, if they don't come ill take a pregnancy test, i sugest you take one, if its negative go to doctor, if its positive then your pregnant, good luck! Answer I'm having the EXACT same issue. If somebody could please answer it would save me a lot of grief. That happened to me and i turned out to be… Read More
it may just be a light period if your worried go see a doctor
Could mean your pregnant that’s what first comes to mind but it could be any number of things or just nothing a lot of woman and I mean a lot have irregular periods
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.
its weird but mpost doctors countdow from the date of the first day of your last regular period
It will most likely be too early. It is best to wait until you have missed your period. The HSG levels will be higher and a positive more likely. Best to wait I would say to wait until the day you are expecting your period before taking a HPT. If that is negative and you don't get your period, wait two days and try again. I tested on the day that I was supposed to… Read More
There is no way to pinpoint that exactly from an ultrasound done after the first six to twelve weeks. 3rd trimester ultrasounds are notoriously unreliable for measuring the size and age of the fetus. Your last menstrual period was likely in the first half of September. Conception was likely to be late September or early October.
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the fetus will die.
To ensure the best results: * Take the test in the morning, if possible, because your hCG (pregnancy hormone) levels are at it's highest * Don't drink a bunch of fluids before taking the test because it will dilute your urine and can affect the results * Take the test no more than 1-2 days before expected period. Although some test say that you can see results up to 5 days before your missed period… Read More
you can't be pregnant if you're having your period. It is 99.9999999% impossible. ANSWER it is possible to still have your period while pregnant... althought, i dont think its called a period... my mom had her period for 7 months when pregnant with me, and my aunts last pregnancy, she having hers regularly for 8 months... so its rare, but possible... to me it just sounds like a period tho... mine messes up sometimes too… Read More
I think it would. Pregnancy tests; test for chemicals in the urine and that is a separate fluid from any vaginal bleeding. Call your local planned parenthood if you have quest or look in your telephone book there info lines/help lines.
Have your periods been regular in the past? If so, did you take a pregnancy test? A late period with spotting can indicate signs of a miscarriage. A woman's luteal phase, time from ovulation to the first day of bleeding, is usually a set number of days from month to month. Conversely, the proliferative phase, which is the time from first day of menstrual bleeding to ovulation can vary. Thus, if you are three weeks… Read More
it can be caused by stress,diet, age and irregular periods
You probably just had a miscarrage.
after there period, up ta 2 weeks of ovulation
i got it at 5 weeks, most women get it at 6 weeks, but some can get it as soon as 3 weeks its just more common not to get it until 5-6 weeks
sometimes but go to www.kidshealth.com and look at it yes that is a very good web page to go to, but i also have an answer, to be quite frank i have spotting for a week after my period, and it is normal, tons of my girlfriends have spotting, all it means is that there's just extra blood and your period isn't 100% done it only 97%...lol, and its just getting rid of exes or… Read More
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.
In general, 1 in 3 women do but every woman is different