Consult your doctor. I have the same problem with irregular periods. Come back with an answer because I would like to know too. I dont think there is a way to tell exactly. when i was pregnant with my son i had irregular periods and the doctors had to change my due date 4 times and they still guesses it wrong. i had an interesting time with my husband because of the issue also, they guessed days that he was not home but at 4 years old he cant deny him... they could have been twins. lol!!!
between 6-10 weeks. It would hard to say because of the irregular periods.
"Irregular" is an adjective. It can also be a noun, meaning a thing or person that is irregular.
No, "person" is not a verb at all --- it's a noun. However, verbs can occur in various personal forms, and person in verbs can be irregular. For instance, the third person forms of the verb "be" are irregular "is/was/are/were".
if you are a very irregular person. its happened to me..... its probably happened to everyone. if your concerned see your GP.
The irregular plural form for person is people. Another plural form is persons.
10 days does not seem very long, it could happen, but it normally takes until the start of your next period - so about 14 days after ovulation and conception.. Take another test and if it is still positive, then go and see a doctor. Good luck!
You wouldn't have 2 periods no, but you would have one period. As for the second period you might be pregnant. See your Doctor for a blood test.
what is the correct past perfect third person conjugation for the irregular verb shrink
The most common sign is irregular periods. Other signs of menopause are those that occur with falling estrogen levels. This includes mood swings and hot flashes.
Periods are about a month, or every 28 days. It really depends on the person.
Their heart beats become irregular
No, an irregular heartbeat in a person of any age should be reported to a Doctor.