if your worried about anything go to your doctor they can answer your questions a lot better than anyone on the internet since they know your medical history hope everything works out for you Good Luck and God Bless!!
The past tense of am is was.You cant make a sentence with was and have together. You can with was and having -- I was having a good time.
That can being as early as six weeks -- sometimes early if you have been pregnant in the past. If the cramping you feel is accompanied by blood or is excrutiating, contact your OBs office at once as you could be having a miscarriage.
It is hard to say because this is not a complete verb phrase It could be past.
yes you can If you are trying to conceive you could be ovulating or that could be your last period. Let me clairfy for you if you are cramping where is the pain coming from it your left side then maybe you ovlulating How normal was your period was it on time was it normal for you. If not then you could have conceive prior to this period
Yes you could be, test again after your period is due.
The past continuous tense is was/were having.I/He/She/It was havingWe/You/They were having
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Yes, it is the past tense and past participle of the verb 'to injure.' As an adjective, it means having been the object of an injuring act, or having suffered an injury (e.g. injured soldiers).
Have is both a main verb and an auxiliary verb. The forms of have are:have = present form - with I, we, you, they or a plural noun phrase as subjecthas = present form - with he,she, it or a singular noun phrase as subject.had = past form - with all subjectshad = past participlehaving = -ing participlenegative forms = have not - haven't / has not - hasn't / had not - hadn'tPresent simple - I have a rabbit, she has a rabbit (3rd person singular)present continuous - I am having lunch.present perfect - I have had lunch, she has hadlunch. ( uses past participle of have = had)present perfect continuous - I have been havingnightmares lately, She has been having nightmares too.past simple - I had a nightmare.past continuous - we were having a good time.past perfect - They had had a good time.past perfect continuous - They had been havingproblems.futurewill - I will have a rest now.going to - I am going to have a rest later.
Go to your doctor immediately if you think you are miscarrying. If you bleed like a period, then there is trouble. Spotting is normal (within bounds) as long as it isn't enough to have to wear a pad. Cramping is normal. Discharge is also normal if it is brownish or pink, but not bright red.
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Both are past tense but being late is plural for the amount of times being late and having been late is singular.
Have been = something is continuing from the past Had been = something has stopped. I have been having a lot of sleepless nights = this was happening regularly, and is still happening I had been having a lot of sleepless nights = this was happening regularly, but it stopped some time back
Been is the past participle of be. The past tense of be is was/were.I wasWe wereYou wereHe/She/It wasThey were
See a doctor!
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Its possible but unlikely.
Have been or Has been IS the past participle......it is equivalent to "was".
"Been" is the past participle of "be".
Yes, it can be (shined shoes). The word shined is a verb form: the past tense and past participle of the verb (to shine). The adjective means "having been shined."
It sounds as if you had a miscarriage, if you are still having symptoms see your doctor. It is also possible you have a sexually tranmitted disease. Other things are possible but these are the two most likely.
No, it is not. It is the past participle of the verb (to smite) although its meaning as an adjective is not "having been struck" but closer to "lovestruck."
Cramping could be a symptom of many things: gall bladder problems, appendicitis, intestinal blockage, kidney stones, uterine infection -- to name just a few. If you are pregnant, or think you may be, letting these symptoms go for three weeks unchecked is a very bad thing. You may have already aborted. If your doctor hasn't done anything about it, you need to get a second opinion.