You would have reason to be worried if your period was late. Since it was early, it means that there is something wrong with your cycle; maybe the pills are affecting it, but most probably, you are not pregnant. It is, however, always best to take a pregnancy test, just for confirmation.
no!! ---- You most likely were not pregnant during those months where you had normal periods. That does not preclude you from being pregnant now, however. If you are concerned that you are pregnant, take a pregnancy test and find out for sure.
The average couple takes six months to get pregnant. Eight months is not unusual.
is it normal to spot at 5 months is it normal to spot at 5 months
Is a burning senation normal in 7 months pregnant
It would be if you are concerned that you may be pregnant and do not wish to be.
If you just started taking birth control your periods are going to be irregular for the first few months. But it is possible to still get pregnant on the pill.
is it normal to have pressure in vagina at 8 months what can i do to relieve the pain
Likely non-existent, as women are only pregnant for nine months.
No. See your doctor.
you get pregnant
No! You shouldn't be bleeding unless you're not pregnant!
Periods can become slightly erratic or stop for a short while when you stop taking birth control. This is just your hormones coming back to normal to settle back into a normal cycle. If it has been longer than 3 months or you are concerned then seek advice from your GP.
For many woman, yes. Especially with the first pregnancy.
You should be seeing a gynaecologist before you become anemic!! I agree....Any abnormal bleeding you should be concerned about, hard to say what may cause it. If you are on birth control, the 1st 3 months its normal to have SPOTTING...or if you are pregnant, 1st trimester bleeding occurs sometimes but is def. unhealthy so either way it get that checked out...A.S.A.P
yes it can take 6 months to normalize your flow and 3 years to get pregnant. so relax and good luck Joymaker rn
Sometimes. But see your doctor to be sure.
the whole 9 months
Between eleven and twelve months gestation is normal.
If you get back to a normal period you can get pregnant.