Yes. Many women have experienced a "first" period then learns a couple of weeks later that they really are pregnant. It is possible that it could be implantation bleeding caused by the fertilized egg to attach itself to the uterine wall. You should just take a pregnancy test if you are still concerned.
You could be pregnant, but if I were you, I'd go straight to my doctor.
Well to start have you missed a period? If so for how long? Are you on birth control? If you are on birth control you're not pregnant. If you are not on birth control take a pregnancy test, start there if it comes back positive go to your OBGYN and have them take a blood pregnancy test that will definitely tell you if you are or you aren't. Pregnancy symptoms don't mean squat half the time anymore. Half the women who have pregnancy symptoms turn out not to be pregnant.
It is possible to have symptoms of pregnancy early. I have a friend that displayed these symptoms about a week before her period was due. It is also possible that these symptoms can be caused by the approach of your period itself. The only thing you can do is wait and see.
Yes you definitely can!
How far along do you half to be to start feeling the symptom's of the pregnancy.
It is unlikely that you would be having pregnancy symptoms a week and a half before your expected period because that would be only a few days after concieving.
The first sign is missing your period. But after you have sex you have a month maybe a month in a half til you start having symptoms.
It sounds like you could possibly be pregnant. Why don't you go to your nearest pharmacy and purchase a self pregnancy test to confirm it.
You CAN still get your "period" if your pregnant, but its not a real period. Its just spotting and Its completely normal... Id take the pregnancy test.
yes most likely you are pregnate but you could just have a blood clot in your vigina that hasn't passed and will in time
Absolutely! If you haven't had your period the symptoms before you get it are pretty much the same as with pregnancy, sore breasts etc. And stress can make your period stay away.
cramping can be an early sign of pregnancy and the bleeding could be implantation bleeding. I would advise to take a test, after a month and half of being "late" it would definitely register a positive.
No. If you have your period, then you aren't pregnant. All of those are symptoms of a woman's period.
How you feel is not a sure indicator of pregnancy. The only way to be certain is to have a pregnancy test.
Relax.If you have it in your mind that you might be pregnant then you might miss your period ,and you mind might make you think you have the symptoms of being pregnant. Go to babyzone.com
No it's not a sign of pregnancy. I'm insanely hungry a week or so before my period every single month and I have yet to be pregnant.
yes you could be pregnant. buy a dipstick pregnancy test. these are more accurate.
Yes, you certainly could. withdrawal is not a method of contraception.
Its totally normal i have had the implant and haven't had a period for two and a half years but every month i get the cramps, bloating and other symptoms
It is probably just your period coming. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period
Then why did I miss my whole month then almost a week and a half later start my period with sticky clear fluids. I have been having pregnancy symptoms and my stomach has gotten somewhat larger.
Yes it is...I was pregnant last year. I had a period onn October 2nd...wasnt hardly any blood...but cramping was hurting more than usual...i ended up being 9 and a half weeks when i found out. I had gotten pregnant 3 days before that period came.
It could mean that you're pregnant, because that's some of the symptoms of pregnancy. You could take a home pregnancy test and see, but to get the positive results of what is wrong, you would have to go to the doctor.
You do get crampy when you are pregnant. Have you missed your period yet? It will feel like period cramps (normally) Also, in early pregnancy many women get constipated, so it could be from that also.