Could result in pregnancy.
It's probably ovulation spotting and not yet pregnancy. Implantation bleeding is probably not going to occur yet by only 4 days post-ovulation.
Knowing that you could be off a little, they are good.
Hello, Yes it could be a sign of pregnancy.
In most cases irregular periods are anovulatory (without ovulation) but in 2-3% cases could be spontaneous ovulation. So chances for pregnancy are about 2-3%.
It possibly could be, but it is not likely. Even the most sensitive home pregnancy tests are not recommended until 8 days after conception.
The American Pregnancy Association and March of Dimes have ovulation calendars available. You could also ask at your local physician's office to see if they have one.
There is always a chance of pregnancy when you have unprotected sex. The mild cramping could be from sex. If you had sex right before ovulation or during ovulation, there is a huge chance of pregnancy. If you miss your period then take a pregnancy test. Hope this helps.
no answer maybe it could be Implantation bleeding which is a pregnancy sign or ovulation bleeding
IT could possibly mean that you are pregnant you can get positive ovulation tests all through your pregnancy from what i understand... i experimented with it while pregnant and the ovulation tests were at times easier to read than the actual pregnancy tests
it could be very possible but may be useful for women who need to use it for that purpose i think that it also can be useful as a way to tell when your ovulation days are if you didn't know
You could be ovulating or this could be pregnancy related. Ovulation discharge is usually a egg-white vaginal discharge. Purchase a ovulation predictor kit to see if you're currently ovulating at the moment.
Could be. Could also be all the trying.
Um....unless you have had sex you wouldnt be pregnant!
Light vaginal bleeding around the time of ovulation, accompanied by pain might be an ovarian cyst. It could also be an ectopic pregnancy. Seeing a doctor is very important.
Yes, you could. However, the chances are low. If you miss your period you should take a pregnancy test.
It could but if you have symptoms these could be caused by the birth control pills not suiting your body. Talk to your doctor
This could be the result of implantation of a fertilized egg, or it could be ovulation pain. Take a pregnancy test to be certain.
You should see a doctor. You might be pregnant and it my be an ectopic pregnancy (when the egg is blocked in your falopian tube). Acute pain can also be the sign of endometriosis. A sharp pain in your ovaries could be ovulation or an infection but if the pain is coming from the falopian tube which is connected to the ovaries, it could be an ectopic pregnancy which is not viable and if it bursts, you could potentially die. A pregnancy test can answer the pregnancy question.
You should wait a good six months before you consider pregnancy. These medications could effect your pregnancy. You can ask your doctor he will let you know when the time is right.
It is probably due to ovulation (releasing an egg). Many women spot during ovulation. However, if there's a chance you could be pregnant, then it could be caused by that. Particularly if you don't get your period. If you don't get your period, take a pregnancy test.
14 days past sex you can test. If you had sex on ovulation, then you could test. However, it might be best to wait longer because the test result might not be reliable this early.
No, you can not. In the process of ovulation, the ripened egg is released into your womb, where it might be fertilised. So four days prior, there will not be an egg. Semen that is released into your body prior to your ovulation can stay alive for 2-3 days however, so any sex you have in the days leading up to your ovulation, could still result in pregnancy.
It could be implantation bleeding, which happens when a fertilized egg embeds it's self in the lining of the uterus, thus resulting in pregnancy.
In the last case of this I saw, the patient had mistaken a home ovulation predictor for a home pregnancy test at the dollar store.