The skipping of the period while on the patch is common. The way the hormones are released, there's a chance your period will be late or, in some cases, even missed. Don't be too worried about it since you're on the patch AND using a condom regularly. But, if you are worried, go and buy a home pregnancy test just to make sure. And don't worry, Ortho Evra won't affect it.
you really need to call your doctor right away. That is not normal and could be serious.
It is very unlikely. If no semen entered the vagina, there can be no pregnancy. A little slippage is fairly normal.
im worried it could be something serious.im guessing its not pregnancy because we used a condom not that its not possible but more unlikely.i jus wanna know if it could maybe be stress or hormonal inbalance?
Not as long as you keep having them. If they are regular that is what is normal for you. If not they can be regulated.
Yes, you can! I had an ectopic pregnancy in 2001 and was worried I wouldn't be able to have a baby afterwards, because you are told that if you've had one ectopic, your chances of having another one greatly increase! Luckily for me, I went on to have a little girl; who is now 7!! So, if you've had an ectopic and you're worried it will happen again ... din't give up hope!
I would consult your doctor about it.
No, that is normal for a single pregnancy.
You need to be more specific. Are you pregnant or not pregnant. If you are, it is normal to have cramping at the beginning of the pregnancy due to implantation and uterine expansion.
Anything up to 7 days from when your period is due (determined according to your average menstrual cycle length - average length of your last six cycles) is considered normal. It's also normal if in your teens or approaching menopause for your cycles to be a little erratic. If you are sexually active and concerned about pregnancy then over 7 days is a reasonable time to start getting worried - you can take a pregnancy test from 2 weeks after you had sex, so if you're worried about pregnancy take a pregnancy test to ease your mind.
No it is not. it can be normal when you are having your period or during pregnancy but other than that no. go to your gyno.
Nothing to be worried about. That is normal.
i am 3 months pregnant and i am still having morning sickness. is that normal
Yes, its normal not to have contractions yet. 37 weeks is considered "full term" but a full term pregnancy is 37-42 weeks.
Hiya! Its highly unlikely you are pregnant if you had two normal period and are having no pregnancy symptoms.
Yes this is normal. You will need to use a condom for the next month so the new BCP builds up in your system and prevents pregnancy.
Condoms are made to be worn over the males penis so a girl could not wear a normal condom, However there are condom type devices female condoms, that females can insert into the vagina to protect them from pregnancy and disease,
after 10 days miscarriage pregnancy test is positive. what's my problem?
Pregnancy is never normal and each person is different. I have 3 children and each pregnancy was different, with my fuirst i couldn't sleep, second i slept normal, and third i slept all the time See ur midwife though if you are worried
yes iam also having this problem
This is normal. The blood will become less due to the friction of intercourse stopping your usual amount of blood being released. When having intercourse during your period, sometimes your period will stop and re-start a few days later which is also normal. You are also protected against pregnancy.
It is highly unlikely but is possible. If you are worried then on the day your normal period is due take a HPT.
If 32 days is your normal cycle you may be just having a light period. If your cycle is normally shorter then you may be pregnant and just having a bit of spotting. Buy a home pregnancy test from the pharmacy and do a home pregnancy test with the first urine you pass in the morning. If it is negative and you still haven't had a normal period in a week do another test. If you are worried go to the doctor.