no -- once pregnant you won't get a period, however some people do experience bleeding especialy during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. the bleeding you get during the first few weeks i implantation bleeding. Visit www.askdramy.com it has plenty of info on early pregnancy and bleeding
Until 13 weeks after the last period.
I would get a pregnancy test.
No. Pregnancy is calculated as 40 weeks or 10 months from your last monthly period. The average woman ovulates around day 14 of her cycle, so if she has sex and gets pregnant when she ovulates, she would not even know she was pregnant until she misses her period around day 28. So, this means that the first two weeks of a 40 week pregnancy, you are not actually pregnant. By the time you can confirm you are pregnant, it has been around 4 weeks from your last period (and two weeks from your ovulation date). Since you are not actually pregnant those weeks, there would be no pregnancy symptoms.
You would not know you are pregnant as you haven't even missed a period yet. A pregnancy is measured from the first day of the last period. So you are 4 weeks when the next period is due. BTW - if you are not spotting, that's a good sign (if you want to be pregnant). No spotting means less chance of miscarriage.
The first sign is the missing of a period and that takes 3-4 weeks after pregnancy results.
Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include: * missed period * tender/swollen breasts * change in color of the breasts * fatigue Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/
Pregnancy can be confirmed about 4 weeks after the first day of your LMP (last period) or about the time your next period is due to begin.
First few days of the last two weeks are considered as danger period. You are likely to get the pregnancy at this period.
Three weeks after you take the morning after pill and/or on the first day of your period
Assuming you mean "first Month" the answer is yes. With a very sensitive pregnancy test some pregnancies can be detected as early as 3 weeks and 2 days; this is the first month of pregnancy. Most pregnancies are easily detected at 4 weeks on the day of your missed period with a early pregnancy test this would technically be the beginning of your second month.
Of course. Pregnancy begins at 1 week, the first week being the date of the last menstrual period. 3 weeks would be roughly around date of conception.