Is It normal to get a period for 3 months regular then miss a period you are not pregnant and you were on the shot back in July?
i have been on the depot shot for three months my period did not come the fourth month what should i do
I'm pretty sure they can, being it is possible (uncommon) but possible to have a regular normal period the whole 9 months you are pregnant. Most people say that you most definitely can not have a period if you are pregnant but that is a myth. I know several people who were pregnant but yet still got there period every month they were pregnant and it was very normal, not just spotting. So i would…
Could you be pregnant if you had intercourse 2 weeks before but had a regular period with no spotting?
Can you have intercourse then have a period few days after then next month when your period is due it only lasts two days and is really light can you be pregnant?
If you thought you were pregnant but finally got your period should you take a home test just to be sure you are not?
If you had a normal pregnancy, you aren't pregnant. If it was irregular or light, you should take a test. CORRECTION...If you had a regular period, not pregnancy, you aren't pregnant. ANSWER I got my regular period for 5months in my pregnancy. Some people do get their regular period during their pregnancy.
You had regular period after unprotected intercourse last two months but have missed your period this month does this mean you are pregnant?
If you had a regular period after unprotected sex, you are not pregnant. If you had sex after that period you may be pregnant.If you are unsure you can use a regular pregnancy test available at any pharmacy, they are very accurate if you missed your period already. If you did not miss your period yet, the pregnancy test is less accurate.
if the woman has normal periods and cycles no she can not get pregnant 6 days before her period cause she will not be ovulating at this time u ovulate 14 days before ur next period if you are regular if you are irregular you can ovulate and get pregnant at anytime during your cycle. if your cycle comes on and is regular normal amount of bleeding and days u are not pregnant.
it is not normal but it's possible when i thought i was pregnant i got my period and it was heavy i know tmi but the next month i did not get it the thing is that your body is not use to the change yet and it still wants to have your period oh and i forgot to add it turned out that i was 1 and a half months pregnant It is not…
If you haven't had a period in two months and your blood test was negative could you still be pregnant?
Well, that depends on how regular your period is. If your period usually comes on every month and all of a sudden you have missed two months straight then you should get tested again. If you are just starting your period a short time ago then missing your period for months is perfectly normal. Your body is getting used to all of the new changes going on inside of you.
that depends on if your period is normal or not if it is probably not but if it is'nt there is a good chance that you might be pregnant but the only way to know for sure is to take a pregnancy test i am now pregnant with my third child and had a regular period for the first five months with my first so anything is possible good luck and i hope this helps
Could you be pregnant if you normally have an irregular period but it has been regular for the last three months and you have had cramping?
Could you be pregnant if you are six day late for your period and have brown discharge and you stopped the NuvaRing two months ago and have had one regular period since then?
More then likely it is the birth control. Normally you don't have your period during pregnancy, but you could have had implantation bleeding. It would be lighter, last for 3 days or less, and wouldn't follow the normal period pattern, light, heavy, light. It can take your body a few months to get back to normal after birth control.
If you are not using effective birth control, you could be pregnant. A woman who stops Depo Provera may get a period immediately after stopping, or it may take up to 18 months. The average is 11 months. Spotting may occur before the first regular period, but you can get pregnant two weeks before your first normal cycle. Take a pregnancy test if you may be at risk for pregnancy.