Most likely not, you need (should have) 1 normal cycle before it can occur when your prog. levels drop down and you ovulate again
You should have a complete cycle before becoming pregnant after a miscarriage, for safety reasons though. You can definitely become pregnant before having a period. My doctor just told me he's had women get pregnant 2 weeks after a miscarriage. It's not recommended because your body needs time to heal and get back to normal. Otherwise, if this time is not allowed, you are more at risk for another miscarriage. I had a miscarriage and ovulated 2 weeks after a d&c was performed without having a period first. However, I was not trying to get pregnant for this reason. We waited a couple months before trying just to be on the safe side. But to the question...you absolutely can get pregnant after a miscarriage even if you haven't had a period yet. You do not have to have a period to ovulate. A lot of people think if you're not having a period you can't get pregnant, so wrong, you can still be ovulating.
If you have unprotected sex, could be a miscarriage?
you have a 98% chance of being pregnant
I had a misscarrige 3 years ago, afterwards me and my partner tried for nearly a year to get pregnant,i thought there must be a problem but when my daughter was only 3 months old i fell pregnant again and now have two beautiful daughters, i think maybe we must have been trying so hard the first time, it was all i could think about,and the second pregnancy wasint planned at all and i was shocked that i could get caught so quick, good luck,try to make love instead of make baby, I had a miscarriage, and was told by my doctor that 1 in 4 women miscarriage, and that after six to eight weeks (and after a checkup) that I could try to get pregnant again, and that I did not need to worry that the first miscarriage would have any effect on me being able to get pregnant, and that one miscarriage does not mean I will have another.
If you have a period while your pregnant, this may be a sign of something else going on. If your eight months pregnant, it's probably early labor. If your in your first trimester of pregnancy, then there's something else going on and you need to get to the doctor immediately.
it isnot uncommon for a woman to have her period for up to 3 months after being pregnant.
Some forms of pregnancy tests can sense the pregnancy hormones up to eight days before your missed period. These are very sensitive and could cause false positives.
It depends on when you ovulate. Your body might not have ovulated yet but there is still a chance you could be pregnant. It takes seven days of regular pill taking after your period to make it affective. I am in the same boat I missed my seventh pill and I am losing my mind. Most women do not ovulate until eight days after their period so hopefully you and I are safe :)
Probably. You need to call your doctor right away.
well if the eight year old is a girl and has started their period and has had sex, then they have as much chance as anyone else to get pregnant.
You need to consult your gynecologist. She will examine you, may go for ultrasound examination. She will give you some tablets to terminate the pregnancy, if you are pregnant.
no my friend is pregnant
It would be quite hard to tell
There is a possibility you could be pregnant. See your Doctor for a quantitative beta hcg blood test.
Drink your eight glasses of water to avoid dehydration and lay down and rest for a few days. It may simply be implantation bleeding, but see your doctor to be evaluated.
It is impossible to say, but bleeding does not always mean that a miscarriage is inevitable. Many women bleed and it eventually settles, while in other cases it does not but increases and becomes accompanied by cramps.
usually it means she needs to wear a pregnancy girdle for extra belly support but if the cramps are escalating in intensity and bleeding starts it could be a miscarriage. It is normal in the eight and ninth months to have intermittent contractions, these are called braxton hicks and it's like the body is preparing for delivery. they just stop on their own and are called "False labor" good luck Joymaker rn
No, it's biologically impossible to menstruate while pregnant. It is possible for a woman to bleed during pregnancy, but this is uncommon. Generally speaking you are not fertile eight days before menstruation and you can't menstruate while pregnancy - but if uncertain take a pregnancy test, it's likely unneeded but if it puts your mind at ease that's a good reason to take the test to be sure.
Actually, a hippo is only pregnant for eight months.
Actually, a hippo is only pregnant for eight months.
11 days for a pregnancy test. Eight weeks to visit the doctor, which would be two missed periods.
Absolutely, that could be the reason! He should not be using steroids. They do horrible things to your body. But back to your question. Eight months is not that long, but you should talk to him about getting tested for fertility. It could be the reason you haven't gotten pregnant yet.
you have to be eight to start your period and you have to eighteen to end
About eight months
Nile crocodiles are pregnant for about eight weeks after mating.