yes you can
No, it shouldn't.
You probably won't have a period during pregnancy. It will more than likely by implantion bleeding, a cervical change that causes vaginal bleeding or a miscarriage.
Yes. You have cervical mucus everyday and it also changes everyday.
I was wondering the same thing. I've been on otrtho tricylen for 2yrs. I think it is possible because I have "normal" or "common" changes in my cervical mucus as well. During the second week after my period it is very thin and clear but a couple days before my period it gets thicker. I believe I am ovulating on the pill. If this is anything like what you've experienced I think it's possible. . If you're taking a combination pill which consists of estrogen and progesterone, it can thicken the cervical mucus, further preventing your chances of pregnancy.
No. This CM (cervical mucus) can be indication of pregnancy or Ovulation.
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Yellow cervical mucous is caused by high progesterone in the luteal phase. That, combined with a late menstrual period, could mean pregnanccy.
You can. But sometimes patients do not. A classic sign of cervical cancer is uncontrolled/abnormal uterine bleeding. That means the patient would not know if they are having their period or not due to the fact they have constant uterine bleeding.
The snot like mucus is called the cervical mucus. If a woman has a 28 day cycle, then her period will normal start 14 days after the cervical mucus appears.
I would only put a period at the end.
this depends if the walls of the uterus can still produce the endometrium (soft spongy layer whech is shedded during a period) if it can and to a substantial thickness then yes pregnancy is possible
i don't think you need to worry as long as you got your period. how long your period is and the cervical mucus can vary depending on a lot of factors.
No, you cannot get pregnant during menstruation as there is no egg present to fertilise. However it is possible to get pregnant as a result of sex during your period as you may have fertile cervical mucus present which can keep sperm alive up to a week, by which time you may ovulate.
It is even possible to get pregnant on your period.
InformationThe cervix is the lower end of the uterus. It is located at the top of the vaginaand is about one inch long. The cervical canal passes through the cervix, allowing blood from a menstrual period and a baby (fetus) to pass from the womb (uterus) into the vagina.The cervical canal also allows sperm to pass from the vagina into the uterus.Related topics:Cervical cancerCervical biopsyCervical inflammationCervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN)Cervical polypsCervical pregnancyCervical conizationCervical dysplasiaPAP smearD and C
No, a woman cannot get pregnant on her period as there is no egg present to fertilize. It is however possible to get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation, if the womans cycle is short there may be fertile cervical mucus present during menstruation and thus sperm may survive long enough to still be around if she ovulate after her period.
Cervical cancer can cause many irregularities in the menstural cycle from heavy periods to extremely light periods. So I would say that it probably could. Abnormal periods is not the only symptom of cervical cancer.. Also remember that there are many other reasons that could stop a period such as your diet, exercise, and hormone changes.. (and the obvious one, pregnancy)
Yes, you can, it is possible, but there is a low chance. Everyones different so it depends on your body Depending on the length of your cycle it is possible.
Yes, it is possible. A woman can only get pregnant during her fertile phase - when she ovulates, and about a week prior to ovulation when there is fertile quality cervical mucus present - this occurs between 2-3 weeks before menstruation. So you would ovulate before getting your first period, thus could get pregnant before your periods start.
Yes it is possible to be pregnant after your period. In all honesty, as long as you have your period, it is possible for you to get pregnant as getting your period means that your female egg cells are circulating and are at work.
yes it is possible. Your periods are a cleansing. Ovulation is different. Please talk to your gyn. I never ovulated.