If you are getting other pregnancy symptoms, yes, take another test.
Irregular menstrual cycles mean that there is no predictability in a persons menstrual cycles. Typically when a person has irregular cycles there are weeks or months difference between menstruation and/or they may have irregular bleeds between menstruation. You an have monthly periods with an irregular cycle, but often people think their cycles are irregular because they don't understand that a persons cycles may not always be 28 days or that cycle lengths can change.
Irregular cycles are not necessarily bad, for example during menstruation this can be normal because it takes time for your body to get into a regular pattern. In general however irregular cycles mean irregular ovulation, this is a major indicator of health because your body will only delay or prevent ovulation if it thinks you cannot cope with pregnancy, or it will only occur if you have some sort of health problem effecting your cycles.
with regular or irregular cycles,approx 17 days later in urine test for b_hcg
Could you possibly have an ovarian cyst? A study I read recently attributes irregular cycles to ovarian cysts. Stress from a late cycle will also cause your cycle to be late.
Tons of women have irregular cycles, although irregular menstruation is mostly seen in teenagers. Some women just naturally have irregular cycles, though, which is why these woman choose to take birth control pills.
Yes. It is possible to have a period even if you are pregnant. Some signs of pregnancy are spotting and lack of/irregular menstrual cycles.
An ultrasound would be the best way for you to determine how far along the pregnancy is.
Unlikely. Common symptoms of fibroids are irregular, heavy, painful menstrual cycles. Most pregnant women do not have these symptoms.
Yes. They do. Usually after 14 day of ovulation menses starts, if a lady is not pregnant. In irregular cycles, ovulation is also irregular and pregnancy test usually requires certain level of Human Chorionic Gonadothrophin hormone to be detected and as such they give false Negative results.(Fertilized ovum takes about 8 days to implant in uterus and then starts to secrete H. C. G. and till then most sensitive test can not become positive.) By the way, irregular cycles lower down the chances of pregnancy and it is NOT a disease but routine preventive check up by your Doctor is good for EVERYBODY.( A stitch in time, saves nine !)
The most common causes of irregular cycles are puberty and menopause - when menstrual cycles start it takes time for the body to get into a pattern, and as the reproductive system slows down the cycle starts to become irregular again. Irregular cycles can be a result of hormonal imbalance which may be temporary and mild or may be a symptom of a bigger health problem.
You could be, but you don't have to be. Sometimes women can become irregular with their menstrual cycles. Do a pregnancy test or take a visit to your doctor just to be sure.
Your body goes through a lot of hormonal changes during and after pregnancy. It is normal for the cycles to be abnormal for a while.
My periods are a little irregular. They start at random times for no reason at all, but I am completely healthy. Don't worry about it unless your periods start to get irregular all of a sudden. If your period cycles have always been a bit irregular, don't sweat it.
Irregular menstrual cycles normally means irregular ovulation and/or irregular hormone levels. This is normal in your teens as your body is still developing and it takes time for it to become mature enough to ovulate on a regular basis and regulate hormones. In menopause you run out of eggs so stop ovulating as much. In general things such as poor health or medical problems like pcos will cause irregular cycles - if concerned see your doctor.
Positive effects of family planning are preventing unwanted pregnancy. Negative effects of family planning are contraceptives can interfere with womenÃ?s cycles and can have an effect on future fertility.
Yes, if you have menstrual problems it's a good idea to tell someone. The average menstrual cycle is 28 days but everyone's cycles are different and a few days variation in your cycles is normal too - when we talk of irregular cycles we mean weeks or months difference between cycles. Irregular cycles are normal in your pre-teens or teens as a result of hormonal imbalance, but if severe you should consider seeing a doctor to rule out serious problems.
This could be signs of an infection or sign of early pregnancy
A regular cycle means menstruating regularly without mid-cycle spotting - remember that your cycle doesn't always have to be exactly the same length, when we talk of irregular cycles we're talking about weeks or months difference from one cycle to the next. If you're in your teens or going into menopause irregular cycles are normal, but otherwise you should see a doctor to investigate.
You can. It makes it harder to become pregnant since the cycles are so off balance. But, it is indeed possible. Some women bleed throughout their entire pregnancy and go off to deliever a healthy baby.
You may have a slight fever on that day of the egg.
Yes, irregular menstruation can be bad. You will only menstruate regularly if you ovulate regularly, and that will only happen if you're healthy. If you're in your teens irregular cycles are normal as it takes time for your cycles to regulate, but if you're an adult ask your doctor to run tests to find out what is wrong and look at treatments.
Irregular cycles are normal during puberty as it takes time for the body to develop enough for her to ovulate regularly, also hormonal imbalance is normal throughout the teens which will also cause irregular cycles. Things such as poor health, stress, and even travel can cause irregular cycles too.
Fertilization would be when conception occurs, if the fertilized egg implants itself in the uterus lining this is when pregnancy occurs and thus the menstrual cycles stop. Although fertilization doesn't always result in pregnancy, and pregnancy can miscarry at any point.
If you took it too early yes..If you have regular cycles and your period was very close to being due, or was late, it is probably correct. ~pawsalmighty
Which medication you would take would depend on why your menstrual cycles are irregular. There are many possible reasons for irregular cycles, your doctor should run tests to determine the cause then discuss treatment options with you.