You're probably not pregnant if you're still having your period. It is still possible to be pregnant, but after two-three months, you should be exhibiting other signs/symptoms of pregnancy. Either way, you should go and speak with your doctor. Speaking with him will ease your mind, and will allow you to ask any questions. I had this problem awhile ago, and it turned out that all I needed was a stronger dose of Birth Control. I highly doubt that you are pregnant...and I would imagine a lot of women would be happier with a 3 day period then they would with a 6 day period :)
i would take a pregnancy test ASAP.
This question makes no sense. Implantation means when the zygote attaches to the uterine lining and you become pregnant, if you become pregnant then you don't menstruate. Not all women spot during implantation, rather the spotting is most likely your period starting.
Yes, it's completely normal to spot before menstruation. Your period doesn't have an on/off switch, it will start light with a little blood leaving your body and mixing with discharge so can be brown or pink rather than red, this will typically occur a few days before your period starts. It's also normal to get spotting up to two weeks before your period as a result of ovulation.
Yes, it is. In the first 18 months of your period, it is not regular and can take up to 42 days rather than 30 or 31. On certain days, your period is not heavy, and is just a bit of spotting. On other days, it is quite heavy and can sometimes 'flood' (meaning that it goes through the pantyliner and onto your pants). It's completely normal, so don't worry. ;)
Although birth control is rather effective, it's not 100% effective. Spotting could represent pregnancy or even miscarriage. Some woman believe it or not do get pregnant while on a birth control regimen.
No, it's not. If it's possible you could be pregnant, then take a pregnancy test. If you are not pregnant then go and see the doctor or gynaecologist to get checked out. There's unlikely to be anything wrong but it's best to get checked sooner rather than later.
It is possible but implantation bleeding is usually just spotting on one day rather than period like bleeding.
Yes! The woman can get pregnant: * anytime before her period * anytime during her period * anytime after her period * anytime ... PERIOD The above has been proven by the medical community at large time and time again. It's rather simple and logical: Having sex = getting pregnant ... it can (and does) happen to anyone. Period.
Most anytime. The girl can get pregnant: * anytime before her period * anytime during her period * anytime after her period * anytime ... PERIOD. This has been proven time and again by the medical community at large. Having sex equals getting pregnant. Quite simple to understand and rather logical, too.
well i don't know if it work but i know about its depend on you rather---let say you have a 28 cycles your chance to get pregnant will be up to 14 days after your last period and you count from the first day of your last period...so it takes from 8 days to 16 days after your period-- you should make your owed calender you should write down when you start to ovulation how long your period last...was it spotting medium-heavy period--this well also help you to get pregnant also... i wish you the best of luck
Moths lay eggs which then develop into offspring, rather than having a period of pregnancy.
Yes! It is very normal. The average ages of getting your period are ranging from 9-15. It is not bad! You would rather have it come early than when you are 15 or 16.