Yes. It is normal. I had the exact same thing happen to me. I was regular all my life, my period never stalled for anything, not even my wedding day! Then I was about two weeks late. I understand how nerve- wrecking it can be, especially if you are sexually active. It can stall because of anything under the sun...different diet, stress, more or less exercise...the list goes on. But if you are sexually active, take an at home pregnancy test or see your doc to be sure.
no u cant
if your period usually lasts about 28 days then that is normal just keep track on your calender and you should be good!!! just dont freak out it is nothing to stress over
yes !! u could be take a test to be shore
YOu can't tell from a pregnancy test what day you conceived. If you have a regulkar 28day cycle it is likely to have been 13-15 days after the START of your last period. An ultrasound scan at around 6 weeks can tell you within a day or two.
Yes you can get pregnant from having sex on the 12th day. You should understand that the ovum if it were to become available for fertilization on the 14th day Which is half way through a 28day cycle. you have to allow for the fact that sperm ejaculated int your reproductive system can survive for 4 days. In effect that means that if you have unprotected sex 10 days after the first day of your menstrual bleeding you might get pregnant, if yo do it also on days 11 12 13and 14 you can end up with a huge amount of sperm in there waiting for the opportunity to fertilize your ovum ad tothat the life span of the ovum (2 days) and you are likely to also be able to get pregnant on days 15 and 16.
Let's assume that this isn't a trick question. Normal February month= 80,640 gal Leap year Feb. month= 83,520 gal April, June, Sept, Nov=86,400 gal Jan, March, May, July, Aug, Oct, Dec=89,280 gal. Figure it out for a single day first. 2x60x24=2,880 gal per day then multiply that by the number of days in the month 2,880x28=80,640 gal for 28day Feb.
Hi , Yes it is the best time to get pregnant due to ovulation on 14th after/before period. based on a 28day cycle. if you do find out you are ,con glads.. if ur not happy with it Best time to have unprotected sex is on our period ,,very unlikey to get pregnant on your period.. only STDs are easier then.. good look,, DR read a lot.
you can get on any part of the cycle pregnant. Its documented, and the probability lays between 3-5% But indead the biggest chance to get pregnant is during ovulation, and lays around 17-20% look at the ovulationgraph to understand your question better In a theoretical 28day's cycle, you ovulate on the 14th day. Since sperm survives 1 day and your egg 4hours. You can be pregnant on the 13th-14th day You chance to be pregnant is 3-5% <img src=http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/upload/2006/04/cycle_lg.jpg>
you could have got pregnant on June 28, 2009 sperm lives 72hours and if your period started on the 15th start counting from that day up to the 28 that gives you the 14th day after your period which would be and ovulating day if you have a 28day cycle and your cycle have been 28 days at least the last 6months to go by the ths method you cycle have to come the dame amount of days each month 1 week out of the month you can get pregnant y? there is a five day window and really there is on 1 day you can get pregnant ( this is alot but it helps) you ovulate for 3 and sperm can live up 2s that's ur week 1 day out of that five your egg is released to your uterus. if you had sex before this and within those 72hours then the egg can be fertalize and that's hpu you can become pregnant
if your IUD has slow release hormones then It will take time to get your body rid of all of them. In the mean time, Your cycle always should be counted from the first day of actual bleeding, not spotting. If you only have breakthrough bleeding I would consider this a missed cycle and try again with the next one. --- You could get pregnant on the 7th day after removal of the IUD with the 7day rule. Your bleeding cycle tells you, you could get pregnant 9th-15th day after the removal of the IUD with the same 7day rule look at the ovulationgraph to understand your question better In a theoretical 28day's cycle, you ovulate on the 14th day. Since sperm survives 1 day and your egg 4hours. You can be pregnant on the 13th-14th day What would mean, when you menstruate 2days after removal of IUD, you ovulatie 16days after removal of IUD <img src=http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/upload/2006/04/cycle_lg.jpg> anyway its not always such an exact science
You mean taking the "reminder" pills first then taking the active pills given we are talking about Yasmin 28day. Well I would say that you would not be totally protected against getting pregnant for the first 10+ days. simply because there are 7 days of inactive pills in each pack of Yasmin. They suggest that even once you start taking your Yasmim ( given they realize your going take it like an adult)you should not have unprotected sex for 3-5 days.. plus that fact that you just took your pills backwards. Most women get the inactive pills to simply keep the reminder of taking the pill everyday. If that isn't a problem for you. I guess you could worry about whether your protected... too much trouble if you ask me. Most people don't know that makers of birth control DO NOT TELL YOU.. they don't and won't guarantee that you wont get pregnant if you are over 200lbs. That is one thing most people don't know. I just thought I would throw that in there.... it means Hannah is pretty, and kind xxx my best m8. Yasmin means- ugly and kinda dumb plus stupid and thick
The decathlon's ten events are spread out over two days. First day events: 100-meter dash, running long jump, shot put, high jump, and 400-meter run. Second day events: 110-meter hurdles, discus throw, pole vault, javelin throw, and 1,500-meter run for the second day. To determine an overall winner, the International Association of Athletics Federations sets a table to convert performance in each event to a score, and the athlete with the highest sum of all ten scores is the winner. The table is updated periodically to keep up with new world records in each event, which can have interesting effects on previous scores—a 1985 revision of the table bumped up British decathlete Daley Thompson's score from the previous year, causing him to break the world record retrospectively.