Absolutely not--it would have killed you or at the very least put you in the hospital from bleeding.
It is possible. I just had an ectopic in June (I ended up taking methotrexate) and my doctor said there is no magic answer to that question. Each woman is different...some can go 3 months without feeling any pain others like my case, only 6 weeks. Best advice is go to your doctor if you have the slightest feeling something may be wrong.
WELL the answer to that one is yes i was around 14 weeks 4 days pregnant when i had my ectopic pregnancy it didnt kill me im still alive but i was seriously ill i had to have emergency surgery as my blood pressure was soooo low due to the loss of blood needless to say i lost my baby and my right tube, i still managed to conceive afterwards to and now have a gorgeous 2 year old daughter :)
Ectopic pregnancy actually means an out of place pregnancy. Some women with an ectopic pregnancy have gone full term (very rare). So, it really depends on where the egg implanted. Most tubal pregnancies are noticed between 5-8 weeks but even that can vary.
Absolutely. I had an ectopic and three months after treatment, got pregnant with my beautiful son. It can happen for you too. Ectopic pregnancies are hard, but it does get better.
The first three months of pregnancy
miscarriage, stillbirth, or damage to the fetus during the first trimester (three months) of pregnancy.
An Heterotopic pregnancy is a one in thirty three thousand chance of conceiving twins all be it one fetus is in the womb and the other fetus is ectopic.
If there's nine months in a pregnancy then divide by three to get a trimester. Therefore there are three months in a trimester
Of course you can fly the first three months of your pregnancy. That is the best time to fly. Now, the last three months, some airlines won't let you fly. They make your doctor sign a disclaimer. Some don't care. I have a friend that flew from Australia to France at eight months of pregnancy.
Even though tubal ligation is an extremely effective method of birth control with a less than 1% failure rate, there is still a chance of pregnancy with any birth control method. Missing 3 periods is definitely an indication for taking a pregnancy test. The chance of an ectopic pregnancy is much higher after a tubal ligation but carrying a normal pregnancy is still possible.
Trimester= three simesters. If pregnancy lasts nine months, common sense would lead me to believe the 2nd trimester is three months.
No, The only way to terminate a pregnancy during the first three months is an abortion with a doctor.
some do and some don't
Tri = 3.A pregnancy is 9 months, there are three trimesters. Meaning there are three periods of time lasting three months. A trimester is 3 months.
If you are having your periods then you are not pregnant. It is possible to have a "period" while you're pregnant (see iVillage article). Also, from experience I had light periods for all but the last three months of my pregnancy when my daughter was born.
If your already pregnant and have sexual intercourse during anytime of your pregnancy you can not get pregnant.
I would get to a doctor ASAP, this could be a sign of ectopic pregnancy which could come to be deadly by dying or rupturing inside you and resulting in septic shock. If it is an ectopic pregnancy, it isn't viable, and must be terminated.
No, Marilyn Monroe did not have any children. She was married three times, each ending in divorce. During those three marriages she suffered two miscarriages and one ectopic pregnancy (when the fetus implants outside the uterus and cannot survive). One of her miscarriages and the ectopic pregnancy occurred during her third marriage, to Arthur Miller.
The mammary glands do not secrete milk during the first three months of pregnancy. The mammary glands produce milk to feed the baby when the baby is born AFTER pregnancy.
In general, pregnancy in humans is divided into three trimesters - the first three months, the second three months and the final three months. This also roughly corresponds to stages in fetal development - cellular division and basic morphology, organ development and refinement, and overall fetal growth.
embryo The first three months of pregnancy are the first trimester
I had laparascopic salpingectomy 3.5 weeks ago for an ectopic pregnancy in my right fallopian tube. Previously I had two normal, healthy pregnancies resulting in my five year old son and three year old daughter. I was not in any of the 'at risk' categories for ectopic pregnancy, although my children were both delivered by caesarean section and this could be a relevant factor. I can definitely say that I experienced all the classic pregnancy symptoms, including larger, tender breasts with pronounced veins, just as I did with my first two children.
See your doctor.
Yes it is.