Yes you can still have periods whilst you are pregnant.
Yes you can take a pregnancy test during a miscarriage although it may not be accurate depending how far into the pregnancy the miscarriage occurred.
It is biologically impossible to be pregnant whilst having a period.
It's perfectly safe to have sex whilst pregnant.
Answer Pregnant?If you have had unprotected sex yes its possible. Some women still get period whilst they are pregnant. If you are having any symptoms of pregnancy check it out with your doctor. I would take a home pregnancy test just to be on the safe side. and don't any harsh medicine or your baby will have medical conditions
The chances are low, but it is still possible. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period
Although there seems to be no hard medical evidence in support of this I can vouch that personally I definitely DO get more drunk during a period!
Yes. If an egg has been fertalised and is growing in the womb, then you shouldn't get a period. Very occasionly a woman will carry on having periods throughout a pregnancy, but if you do bleed whilst you are pregnant you need to go and see the doctor straight away just in case.
No, I don't think so, you shouldn't get pregnant whilst you are on your period.
AnswerNo time limit. Make sure to thoroughly clean front to back so you don't contaminate the urineAnswerYou can take a pregnancy test whilst you have diarrhea. It will not affect the result.
yes you can especially if you are on the pill because some antibiotics can reverse the effect of the pill and doesn't protect you from pregnancy whilst having sex.
you cant get pregnant when you have your period
Diarrhea has no effect on pregnancy tests. You can take a pregnancy test whilst you have diarrhea.
Yes, but it could signify a problem. It does not, however, mean there IS a problem, quite a lot of pregnant women go full term whilst still having their period as normal and give birth without any complications. If you do receive your period after a positive pregnancy test your best step to take would be to go see your GP or if your GP is not open for any reason (after hours/weekend) then you can go to your local emergency room and speak to one of the On Call Doctors.
Its how long you have to massage its anus, whilst it tries to give birth.
Trust me. You can. It is irrelevant when your period comes as some women even continue having periods whilst they are pregnant and there is no damage done to the baby. This is very rare, however, yet is still happens. Ovulation normally occurs in women in around the 14th day of your monthly cylce (usually two weeks after your period and two weeks before the next one). This is when the egg is released and when you're most fertile and therefore most likely to get pregnant. However, some women's egg may be released much more early, such as whilst you are still having your period. This is when women become pregnant.
A baby grows inside her. Hormones flood. She may get swollen ankles and stretch marks. She will stop having a period whilst she is pregnant. And many more!
The Tudor period (whilst the Tudor monarch Queen Elizabeth the First ruled) and the Stuart period (whilst James the First was on the English, and Scottish, thrones)
Can someone tell me why I have started my period two weeks early. I have put an implant in my arm whilst I was on my 5th day of my period, two weeks later I started my period but it is really light. On the second day of my period it was brown then after that it was light pink...please help me
Pregnancy symptoms can occur as early as a few days after conception. The majority of women begin experiencing symptoms just after their missed period. Some women don't experience anything until well into their pregnancy. Everyone is different. Those that have been actively trying to conceive may notice symptoms earlier than those that haven't been. Having no symptoms in early pregnancy does not indicate there is a problem with the pregnancy - just enjoy it whilst it lasts. symptoms include: Sore breasts / tender nipples, Headache, frequent urination, mood swings, constipation, bloated and gassy, fatigue, Nausea, vomiting, darkening of the areola.
it is impossible to have a period whilst being pregnant because the special stuff that causes the period is needed to have a baby therefore it is impossible
Yes, you can take a bath or otherwise bathe during your period. There is nothing that you can't do while on your period, and certainly you can't go throughout your period without bathing.
You should have dry food.
Women can swim whilst on their period but you need a tampon to use instead of a sanitary towel Hop that helps