If you read the books it is never mentioned, but I had it with both my pregnancies.
yea that's normal for the first three months sweetheart
Yes. Breast changes are one of the first most noticeable signs of pregnancy.
Yes. A friend of mine had her period during the first three months of her pregancny and her gynae said this was normal.
Yes, but typically they won't be as heavy or as long as a normal period. A pregnancy test may or may not indicate that you are pregnant at this point. You would want to have a blood test done for a definitive answer. I had cyclical bleeding during the first three months of my first pregnancy.
No. There are two or three months of every year they are not pregnant. They have to be let be this way so that they can regenerate their normal estrus cycle in order to be able to breed again. Once they have two or three normal estrus cycles, they are re-bred again.
no you only spot once around the time you expecting your next period and last for 2 days only
I had three period when I was pregnant with my first so it is possible but very rare! :-)
yes you could be pregnant but its unlikely because of the normal period. do a pregnancy test.
Yess. Periods at first are not normal. When I first started I would have one every three months. Relax.
When determining how long you have been pregnant you count the first day of your LMP. By the time you miss your first period, you will be 4 wks pregnant.
Spotting fresh blood during early pregnancy does occur and can be harmless but bleeding for 3 weeks is something that needs investigating by your doctor.
yes. that's normal. you wont show until like 4-5 mths.
It is very normal! The way birth control is designed, is to make your body think it's pregnant. This means that you most likely won't have a period and if you do, it is usually very light and lasts about three days.
There is no evidence, but it is recommended that you do not take piriton while pregnant, especially in the first three months.
Of all couples trying to conceive, here's about how long it takes:30 percent get pregnant the first cycle (about one month)59 percent get pregnant within three cycles (about three months)80 percent get pregnant within six cycles (about six months)85 percent get pregnant within 12 cycles (about one year)91 percent get pregnant within 36 cycles (about three years)93 to 95 percent get pregnant within 48 cycles (about four years)
You can have a period for about three months after you have become pregnant, my mother had her's for about three months while she was pregnant with me.. That was actually the first time she had her menstrual any consecutive months.. Normally she would have her period once maybe twice a year. But when she got pregnant it was the first time she had her period more than once a year.
No this isn't normal. See your doctor about changing the pill.
there is a strong possibility. If the bleeding was heavy for the first 3 days then no there is no chance of pregnancy. This sounds like a normal period.
In general, women gain pproximately 2 to 4 pounds during the first three months you're pregnant and 1 pound a week during the rest of your pregnancy.
No, she is not pregnant.
It is unlikely
If you are already fat when you get pregnant you will show earlier. If you are skinny you may not show until three or four months. This is completely normal for women to show at different times.
You should see them start in the first three months after the sex.
It's the same as before the first pregnancy.
you can be, however it is not likely. Go to the doctor!! that's the only way to know for sure.