If you have been sexually active, you may be pregnant. If you have not been sexually active, this is abnormal. In either case, you need to see your doctor.
Because some girls may have an irregular period.. or if your sexually active it could mean yoor pregnant..
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Somtimes it does, but it depends on your body.
Yes, it is likely you may be pregnant, missing a period is usually the first sign if you are sexually active. Take a home pregnancy test or go to the doctor.
As you are not sexually active, you don't have to worry about pregnancy currently. Birth control usually stays in your system for 3 months. As you haven't had your period in 3 months, I would recommend that you see your Doctor.
Once a girl has her period, she is at a chance to get pregnant if she is sexually active.
Well...yes if You already started You period b4 and You r now sexually active then it is possible to get pregnant!
If you are sexually active you could be pregnant. Yes i am sexually active and have had unprotected sex on several occasions in past month
If you have reached puberty, have had your first period, and are sexually active, then yes. However, you should not be sexually active at this age and much less be preoccupied about possible pregnancy.
No sex and your period is only related when pregnancy occur.
A woman can get pregnant before, during and after her period.
Once a girl has begun to menstruate (get her period), then she is able to have a baby and become sexually active.
If you were sexually active 5 months ago, your pregnant. Congratulations. Otherwise, you could be too underweight or overweight. Your body needs to have a healthy amount of fat reserves in order to release an egg so that both of you can survive, and too much can cause problems. Either way, try eating a little healthier.
If you are sexually active you may be pregnant - but it may take a couple months return to your own menstrual pattern after stopping the pill. If you were irregular before you started the pill, you will likely go back to that irregular pattern. Use a backup method such as condoms if pregnancy is not in your plans.
It means ur Lonly
why wouldn't it be
Yes but it is still a good idea to have a doctor check to make sure that your hormone levels are where they should be because your irregularity could be caused from low progesterone or high estrogen
If this is unusual for you and you have been sexually active, you should take a pregnancy test. If the result is positive, you need to see your doctor. If it is negative, you should also see your doctor.
Starting BCP will not bring your period. The breakthrough bleeding that some women get while taking the inactive (sugar) pills is only due to a drop in hormones, it is not actually a period at all. I would be more concerned with why you have not had a period in two months, rather than using BCP to try and make it start. If you are sexually active and have not taken a pregnancy test, this would be a place to start. If you are sexually active and not pregnant, by all means start taking the pill - so you will not end up pregnant. First call your doctor and discuss with him the possible reasons you have not had a period in two months.
Yes unless you have no problem being pregnant
If you are sexually active then you could be pregnant but if not then you could just having a late or irregular period.
If your period follows the normal 28 day cycle, and you're sexually active, take a pregnancy test. If it's positive, seek medical attention. If you're not sexually active and you haven't started your period, or if you've taken a HPT and it returns negative, have your parent/gaurdian schedule an appointment with a gynecologist to diagnose the problem.