It was probably a miscarriage. Many embryos are miscarried without the mother even being aware. When your body detects a severe defect in the developing embryo, it is expelled. If it can detect the defect early, you might never be able to detect it. Since it miscarried, it was probably defective enough that it could never have developed into a fetus. Nature has a way of working those things out. You can always try again. I don't want to dash your hopes because I am also going through some similar problems but I would think that you may have miscalculated your period or that you may be having a very early miscarrage. Try going to see your doctor. You might get more accurate answers there. Good luck!
Yes you are pregnant. The bleeding that you experienced was probably 'implantation bleeding' which is when the embro implants into the uterus.
Well if you thought you were pregnant before you started bleeding, and the bleeding is still going on after eleven days i would deffinatly see a doctor. It might be a miscarriage.
Some women have bleeding while pregnant that they think is their period, but bleeding while pregnant is NOT normal and should be evaluated by an OBYN!
Unlikely - the bleeding probably was your period
I would test just to be sure. You can have bleeding in early pregnancy.
Even in the presence of bleeding, you could still be pregnant.
No, your period does not stop. I started my period on a Friday, had unprotected sex on Sunday & he did not withdraw, and continued my period as normal. I went to the emergency room the next month wondering what was wrong with me (the thought of being pregnant never crossed my mind) and turns out I was pregnant.
Then you're not pregnant. If you had had a positive pregnancy test before the bleeding it was probably a miscarriage, so you need to go and see your doctor
No, it can't. Implantation bleeding occurs when you don't get a period, and your body is actually pregnant. You are not pregnant.
Yes. This happened to me. I thought I was having a lighter, longer period which lasted a whole week. I didn't find out until my period was due the following month that I was pregnant. I thought I was four weeks pregnant. Several weeks later during an ultrasound I was informed that I was four weeks further along than I had thought. I had mistaken the implantation bleeding for my period! No where in any of my research did I see anything about implantation bleeding lasting that long. Most of the information I found said it lasts hours or possibly a day and only 1/4 of women experience implantation bleeding.
If you are pregnant, you should not be bleeding at all, apart from minor spotting. If you are bleeding, and you think you might be pregnant, you should see a doctor.
yes you can get pregnant you can't get pregnant if your period is still bleeding
You can't have your period while being pregnant. However, you can have vaginal bleeding frequently during your first trimester.
They don't have a period hun. They experience vaginal bleeding which is known as implantation bleeding. A pregnant Woman will not experience a normal, heavy flow period.
yes you can. I had a bleeding that I thought was a normally period, which turned out to be bleeding from the fact my tube had burst.
Yes, you can be pregnant even if you just had your period. What you thought was a period could possibly be implantation bleeding. http://www.babycenter.com/refcap/pregnancy/prenatalhealth/3081.html#2
Yes, you can get pregnant even if you have your period.
You might be pregnant. Do a test
I've heard of women bleeding out of their vagina and mistaking it for a period even though she was pregnant. For example, internal bleeding. So yes, she could already be pregnant and bleeding for other reasons.
If you are bleeding while you are pregnant you may vomit. Also it may be a light pink color or spotty if pregnant.
Yes but , it's rare .
No, you cannot have periods after you are pregnant. You can have minor vaginal bleeding but it is not a full period flow.
You may just be starting to have your period again. If you thought you were pregnant, you should seek advice from your physician.