Pregnancy starts with a period, so if you take a pregnancy test that's positive, work out when you had your last period. If it was 6 weeks ago, for example, then you are 6 weeks pregnant. You will typically not have any more periods after that one. If you do experience bleeding during pregnancy, it is a sign that something may be wrong, not a period, so see your healthcare provider straight away.
My grandmother and I have had the misfortune of continously having periods throughout our pregnancy, and we didn't lose any of our babies.
Periods stop immediately you get pregnant. Most women are fertile 12-16 days before a period is due. Although most women do not experience periods during pregnancy some women have periods the first couple of months, up to 6 or 7 months and in rare, throughout the entire pregnancy.
No, masturbation does not stop periods. There are many things that stop periods, Bulimia ,anorexia , use of oral contraceptives, menopause and pregnancy to name a few
No, having a bath during periods does not stop periods. Menstruation isdetermined by your menstrual cycle, water is amazing but it does not have the magical ability to stop time in order to stop menstruation.
There is a definite chance that any woman can get pregnant during her periods. Though the chances of pregnancy during periods are low, they exist for all women. The truth is that there is no predictable time during the month when the risk of pregnancy can be said to be absent.
Yes it is natural part of life ("menopause") signalling an end to the years when you can have a child. It also happens during a pregnancy, one of the signals of pregnancy in fact.
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yeah it's the whole point of having ur periods almost
irregular periods and pregnancy
Constipation can be stop during pregnancy if you increase fiber in the diet, drink plenty of water, walk or exercise.
You shouldn't be taking tablets while pregnant so see your doctor about this bleeding during pregnancy.
Not normally ... her body thinks its pregnant.
yes you can i was told that you can have periods during the first two months of pregnancy and some last during the whole pregnancy