To know the difference, you should take a pregnancy test. If you haven't had sex for a while but are skipping periods, and you are over 35, it very well could be perimenopause or full-blown menopause. If you are sexually active, you should take a pregnancy test. It might also be early stages of menopause, but if you are still having ANY periods, there is still the chance of pregnancy.
Menopause means that everything has quit in that realm. A the start of menopause it is possible to get pregnant because the periods are so irregular it is hard to tell what the cycle is.
Menopause does not cause pregnancy.
Yes. This happens very commonly. When you miss the the periods, the first thing that come to your mind is pregnancy. Your doctor will tell you that there are no signs of pregnancy.
No, you cannot get pregnant after menopause. Menopause is when your ovaries shut down because you are no longer fertile.
Possibly menopause, or preparation for menopause. Or pregnancy?
Menopause is cessation of menstruation as you grow old or due to hysterectomy. A tubal pregnancy is an ectopic pregnancy where in the inplantation takes place in the fallopian tube.
No it's a sign of pregnancy
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