If you have symptoms of EARLY pregnancy and are seeing SLIGHT bleeding you may have "implantation bleeding". This is caused by the fertilized egg becoming implanted in the wall of the uterus in very early pregnancy. Take a simple, cheap do-it-yourself pregnancy test bought at the drug store. Follow the directions and they are very accurate. If you are pregnant, then God bless you and your child!
It means that you are pregnant! One line being lighter than the other does not matter.
Some women bleed slightly or 'spot' during the early stages of pregnancy, so you shouldn't take the bleeding as a sign that you're not pregnant. If in doubt, you should take an at-home pregnancy test, if only just to alleviate your worries.
Hello. If you became pregnant while on the pill you would still experience pregnancy symptoms. Your period would be lighter or you would have spotting instead of a normal period. If you do become pregnant while on the pill you need to stop using birth control pills as these are high rish to the unborn baby. Best thing to do is see your doctor for a blood test.
Symptoms usually come around four weeks but frequent urinating and eating, headaches nausea, plus abundent vaginal discharge, and lighter period like cramps are typical symptoms.
A period usually means no pregnancy, if you are unsure take a pregnancy test.
Yes you will still get symptoms of pregnancy if you conceive while on birth control pills. But, why are you continuing to take birth control pills when you suspect you may be pregnant? This will harm the unborn fetus and cause disabilities including miscarriage. Also ; birth control pill will give you pregnancy symptoms. Because you've had normal periods which lasted 3 days I would think it's unlikely you're pregnant. While on birth control your period will be a lot lighter than it previously was. It is most likely the pill causing this light bleeding which is normal but do a pregnancy test to be certain.
There could be a chance your pregnant take a pregnancy test or go to the doctorz. late periods can be caused by stress,diet,age and irregular periods. that's why you might of come late.
Yes, I was.
Some women go through an entire pregnancy not realizing they are pregnant until delivery, so it is plausible. If you are pregnant this 'period' might be different from your regular cycle (being shorter, lighter, longer etc). If you're concerned you might be pregnant take a pregnancy test and consult your doctor.
Usually not at all. Not getting a period is a very common way to find out or starting to suspect that you're pregnant. Some women do experience lighter bleedings during pregnancy.
When in doubt, take a pregnancy test. Usually the first sign of pregnancy is a missed period and sore breasts.