No, it is not possible to have a menstrual cycle if you are pregnant. It is common to have bleeding during your first trimester and about 30% of women have bleeding during second trimester. This bleeding is not a menstrual cycle, it is most often attributed to decidual bleeding, that is when your hormones get so out of whack that parts of the uterus lining come off, this causes bleeding. This is exceedingly common during the first trimester.
You did not get a period while you were pregnant.
yes you can. i had period pains about 12 weeks into my pregnancy. i am now 37 weeks pregnant.
It is not possible to determine the gender of a fetus at 12 weeks gestation by ultrasound. Typically the gender is evident closer to 20 weeks gestation.
When the gestational age of an embryo is 12 weeks, then you are considered 14 weeks pregnant. The first 2 weeks of pregnancy is the week of your last period, followed by the week before your ovulation, therefore, as soon as your egg is fertilized you are already 2 weeks pregnant!
Ovulation usually begins 12-14 days after your period. It is very likely that your teen could be pregnant.
If you are 12 weeks pregnant, it is not implantation bleeding. Consult your doctor right away.
12 weeks ago ... or approximately three months ago or approximately July 20th.
If your baby has a strong heartbeat he is likely fine. You just aren't as far along as you thought.
no because they don't start their period until age 11 or 12
What date did you post this, are you 12 weeks and 4 days pregnant on the 17th january 2010?
You shouldn't be more than two weeks late coming in for your Depo-Provera shot. If you are late or miss a shot, you can get pregnant. You can come in earlier than 12 weeks if you need to
It is not possible to determine the sex by ultrasound until about 19 weeks along. If you do an amniocentesis, you can normally find out around 12 weeks.