If you have had positive pregnancy tests GO TO THE DOCTOR! Babies (and their moms) don't do well with no or little prenatal treatment! On second hand if you are pondering if you are pregnant or something of that nature.. you can go by the time of conception if you know when it was and just count it up. Or you can go from your last period. Most women conceive / are fertile from about 10-14 days after the first daay of their last period. So if you count it that way you should be pretty accurate. Despite the 9 months cliche' a pregnancy actually lasts for 40 weeks or 280 days which turns out to be 10 months but since there are 5 weeks in some of the months the duration of the 40 weeks is stretched over 9 months. If you don't want to calculate it yourself go to any of the baby web sites such as baby center or baby zone and they have pregnancy calculators.... you just have to know your due date or time you conceived. It also gives you week by week pregnancy info on you, your body, and your baby's health and development! Hope this helps! Pam
if you are far along in your pregnancy mucus is normal.. nasty but normal if your not to far along contact your doctor
One can find out how far along they are in their pregnancy by consulting their doctor. A doctor can determine when the baby was conceived, and therefore how long it has been alive.
Go to your doctor and they should be able to tell you how far along you are.
By going to a doctor and have an abortion. The method depends on how far along you are and your health.
By medicine or surgery. The doctor will decide based on how far along you are.
Majority of the time but a ultrasound is very accurately
Probably just early pregnancy symptoms, but if you're worried see the doctor.
When you go to the doctor they will give you a vaginal ultrasound where you can see the baby and they measure it and based on that they can tell you how far along you are.
Yes they can or you can go to the doctor and they will be able to tell you for sure
A doctor have to determine how far along you are and what method to use but yes you can.
What other symptoms are you experiencing and how far along is the pregnancy? If it is early in the pregnancy you may notice your temperature going down as a symptom that the pregnancy is not viable. If you are far enough along you may need to see a doctor to help your body let the pregnancy go. Your body will not always naturally shed the pregnancy (called 'spontaneous abortion') on its own. There are two ways the doctor can help you. If the pregnancy is not viable and is very early there is a pill you can take that will basically make you get a very heavy period. If you too far along they will do a D & C which means they physically scrape out your uteras and remove the pregnancy that way.
It is possible, especially if you were not very far along with your pregnancy.
You should ask your doctor this question.
A bad headache could be a sign of pregnancy depending on if you have other symptoms along with it. If you think your pregnant, that consult your doctor.
Your baby would get the DNA test for paternity after it is born. If you are at risk for a genetic defect, then your doctor would discuss that with you during your pregnancy.
It is much harder for you to be able to calculate your due date when you have continued to have periods during pregnancy. However, a doctor or doula or midwife can tell very accurately how far along you are.
most likely. u can tell him/her ur symptoms and they can use their magical doctor brains to estimate it. i guess.
The doctor can estimate about how many weeks along the pregnancy is through methods such as ultrasound, but he cannot say with 100% certainty what the exact date was.
Yes. If you are far enough along that the uterus is enlarged. But that is not the best way to diagnose a pregnancy and there is no reason to do a pelvic exam in early pregnancy.
immediately to confirm pregnancy with blood test and see how far along u r
Mifepristone and Misoprostol do have side effects like most medicine do but not all get them and they don't last. You get them from the doctor unless he thinks you are too far along.
No, not without killing yourself along with the baby. You will need to either see your doctor or purchase a "morning after" hormone pill at the pharmacy if you are old enough.
If you suspect a pregnancy, you should consult with your doctor ASAP. You can abort in all states until you are 12-15 weeks along and after that it's only available in a few but up to week 24. Most doctors will not attempt after 12 weeks (3months). If your doctor tests you and you ARE pregnant, you can then talk to him/her about your options, and the fact that you would like to abort your pregnancy. He/She can help you from there.
A pregnancy test is effective from as soon as two weeks after you last had sex. Check the packet on the pregnancy test to make sure the one you use is effective that soon into pregnancy, or you can see your doctor for more accurate testing.
The doctor doesn't examine your stomach for pregnancy, he examines your cervix and uterus. Your medical care provider (Doctor, NurseMidWife, PA) is feeling for normal changes in and the position of the cervix. She/he may check for the size of the uterus (depending how far along you are) and the size of your pelvis.