You would know if you're pregnant by taking a pregnancy test. A pregnancy test can be taken from two weeks after intercourse and doesn't require you to know when your period should have started.
Well, i know that if a girl is pregnant and she's "bleeding lightly" it's called spotting. There is nothing wrong when it happens.
By saying you got your period late, means you got your period so if you are bleeding then no you are not pregnant. you could be freaking your self out and also when your bleeding you do get pregnancy symptoms sometimes. If you did not get your period get a pregnancy test to know for sure!
If you get your period I do not believe it could have been implantation bleeding. You cannot get a period when you are pregnant. Any bleeding that you could have gotten would be implantation bleeding, which isn't very common, and you would not have gotten your period afterwards. No the above answer is wrong. You CAN get your period when you are pregnant. Not just once but every month. A woman in Canada just gave birth and didn't even know she was pregnant because she had a regular period every month, had no pregnancy symptoms and because she is a larger woman, could not see her stomach grow. Therefore, YES you CAN get pregnant and still have a period.
Although you may have heard of women that had "periods" during pregnancy, the truth is you cannot be pregnant and have a period at the same time. Once a woman conceives her body starts producing hCG and her menstrual cycle stops. This is not to say that a woman cannot have bleeding that resembles a period when she is pregnant, but the bleeding is not actually a period. This can be confusing for some and this is why you may know someone that claims to have had a period while she was pregnant. During early pregnancy, it is not uncommon for a woman to have bleeding or spotting. This bleeding can sometimes be mistaken for a period. Often early pregnancy bleeding occurs around the same time a woman anticipates having her period so this can add to the confusion
the sudden force of the contractions and the amount of bleeding is larger than a normal period
No. There are many reasons for change in body temperature. Even when you have a period you might feel flushed. The only way to know if your pregnant is to get a test
If you know you are pregnant and you've had youre period three times in a month there is probably somthing wrong. As far as i know women do not get their periods throughout the pregnancy.
You will know if you are pregnant if you miss your period.
very unlikely if you was pregnant whilst bleeding heavy the chances are you will miscarry but you can get pregnant whilost bleeding so you could in turn be pregnant but you would have had to concieve during your period which the chances arent very high but as i know from plenty of experience anything is possible when it comes to pregnancy
some women mistake bleeding from the baby, as a irregular period whom do not know they are pregnant. And there are symptoms such as vomit, irregular bleeding, low self esteem, and much much more.
Some women do "spot" or have some light bleeding through pregnancy, so it is best to have a pregnancy test to determine whether or not you are pregnant.