Through most of your pregnancy sometimes. I had my period and I was pregnant with my daughter for three months.
See your doctor.
A period of three months; especially one of the three three-month periods into which human pregnancy is divided.
By the doctor's calculations, the time you conceived is the first day of your last period. So that would make you three months along. In reality, you're about 2 1/2 to 3 months along. I have to hope that you have been to the doctor because it's most important to have your first visit within the first trimester. If you are three months pregnant, you don't have long until you are in the second.
First three months
The first three months of pregnancy
It can be as early as one month into your pregnancy or as late as eight months into your pregnancy. Its different in every woman. But dont be worried if you dont experience breast tenderness till your three months along.
If you are having your periods then you are not pregnant. It is possible to have a "period" while you're pregnant (see iVillage article). Also, from experience I had light periods for all but the last three months of my pregnancy when my daughter was born.
miscarriage, stillbirth, or damage to the fetus during the first trimester (three months) of pregnancy.
Hi there. :-) During pregnancy a woman can not have a normal period. But you can experience light period bleeding around the time you would expect your period for the first three months. But any bleeding during early pregnancy does need to be reported to your doctor so they can make sure the pregnancy is progressing well and the Foetus is viable.
If there's nine months in a pregnancy then divide by three to get a trimester. Therefore there are three months in a trimester
You could be pregnant. Have a blood test done to see. My Mom had her period with all three of her children until she was 5-6 months along with us.
It is possible! I have a friend who found out she was seven months pregnant after having her period for six months. Although she thought she was only one month. She was sixteen at the time, so it could have been her age. Answer Yes it's possible it happened to my aunt when she was pregnant with her first child. She had a period for the first four months of her pregnancy she didn't even know until she had a check up and found out she was. The same thing happened with her second child as well.
Three months is a long time to miss a period! if you are on birth control of any sort that might be what is causing this. If you took a recent pregnancy test chances are that you are not pregnant, you should talk to your doctor though to find out why you are not having periods. ~pawsalmighty
Of course you can fly the first three months of your pregnancy. That is the best time to fly. Now, the last three months, some airlines won't let you fly. They make your doctor sign a disclaimer. Some don't care. I have a friend that flew from Australia to France at eight months of pregnancy.
Most pregnancy symtoms do not start till you are around two months pregnant, yet some do not experience any till well after three months. It is also common to have a late period. Some woman miss a period once in a while. If you want to be sure, get a blood test done. A pregnancy blood test is 100% positive.
Trimester= three simesters. If pregnancy lasts nine months, common sense would lead me to believe the 2nd trimester is three months.
Take it when you are supposed to ovulate and in the morning with your first urin.
They are very similar, however not all woman have either of them. Biggest way to tell them apart? PMS happen before a period is do, PMS - pre menstrual symptoms, and pregnancy symptoms usually do not start till a woman is around three months pregnant. That would be well two to three months after the first missed period.
No, The only way to terminate a pregnancy during the first three months is an abortion with a doctor.
You should go see your doctor. Stress can cause you to miss a period, but three months is a little extreme.
Tri = 3.A pregnancy is 9 months, there are three trimesters. Meaning there are three periods of time lasting three months. A trimester is 3 months.
This is difficult to say. First you need to know why you haven't had a period in 3 months - so see your Doctor. Any time you have sex without a condom, if you're ovulating every month then you're at risk of pregnancy. The risk is about 1% which is low risk.