It really depends on when this bleeding is and how long ago you stopped taking the pill. Your body takes around 3-4 months to settle down into it's own cycle after coming off the pill. It needs to "re-learn" to control it's own hormones instead of relying on the artificial ones from the tablets. Therefore if you are within this time-frame, don't worry about it. If you are spotting mid-cycle, this could be normal for you (as a lot of women experience this) or could be you body not releasing enough hormones yet. If you are meaning you have irregular cycles, this is nothing to be worried about. Every woman is different. The irregular cycle does make it difficult however to work out when you are ovulating and therefore makes it hard to conceive if you are not having sex regularly. If you are experiencing irregular cycles, invest in a basal thermometer (about $20) which will help you work out when you are ovulating. Also observing your cervical mucus can show you when you are ovulating. Good Luck!
Yes you can still conceive with irregular or regular on time periods! all that matters is you have a period!
This may be caused by a irregular period or even a early pregnancy bleeding.
Generally you will bleed ( 1/3 of pregnancies you get implantation bleeding) 6-12 days after fertilization.
Yes you can conceive on your period but it is very unlikely. You are more likely if your periods are frequent and irregular. Less likely if you have regular periods. The best way to prevent pregnancy at any time is to use a contraceptive.
I'm not sure 11 days after or something
no not usually... but some people have been known to have periods until their 8 of 10 weeks pregnant. During ovutaion that is the time where the egg is fertilized by the sperm so its possible to have bleeding or a small irregular period and still be pregnant
Yes, there is still only one chance. This chance to get pregnant is usually about half way beween your last period and your next period.Good luck!
Yes, it is possible. Some women do have break through bleeding after they conceive.
You can conceive on your last day of your bleeding depending on individual rates of fertility. Some people it could take days but some can conceive on that last day.
Your date of conception is most likely May 8th. This is based on a 28 day cycle so this is not 100% accurate especially if you have an irregular period. The reason for this is your doctor usually measures your due date based on the first day or your last period. If your period is irregular it is not accurate because then the day that you ovulate is also irregular, therefore the day that you can conceive is not the same as someone who has a regular period.
probably not since you bled
go to the gyno.
ive recently had a miscarriage 2 weeks ago and still have some bleeding. we want to try again and i think there a chance u can conceive straight away hope so anyway :(
Ovulation occurs two weeks before menstruation, if you conceive then it takes around 6-10 for a fertilized egg to implant itself - this is when you experience implantation bleeding. If you're bleeding two weeks before menstruation it is not likely to be implantation bleeding, possibly ovulation bleeding.
This may mean that your periods are slightly irregular, which is nothing to worry about unless you are trying to conceive.
Amenorrhea or the absence of a menstrual cycle make a woman unable to conceive. Even if, women who do not have a menstrual cycle while lactating can still conceive. The reasons for infertility are many and irregular cycle and absence of ovulation is definitely one of them.
Yes, it could be. Take a test
Because PCOS causes irregular periods. If you aren't getting periods that means you aren't ovulating. If you aren't ovulating, you can't conceive.
You are not considered to be irregular if your period comes every 20-21 days and stays on for 5 days. Clomid is a good start when you are trying to conceive and you most likely ovulate about 12 days after your menstrual period ends.
Yes. It's just harder to know when you are most likely to conceive when you are planning for a baby. There is every reason to suppose so if you keep on trying.
Trying to conceive doesn't change your menstrual cycle so that part is irrelevant. Your period may come earlier than normal 9 days early is abnormal but a one-off is not a sign of a problem.
Based on my experience it is implantation bleeding. I had it a week before my period should arrive. But i knew i was pregnant when i had it. My husband and I are trying to conceive that's why even with a negative result i still believe i am. After 3 days of missed period true enough i was pregnant! I also had lower abdominal cramping and backpains. So goodluck!
Yes, because if you have irregular periods than you probably do not ovulate regularly. Which if you are trying to conceive could make it very difficult to determine when you will be able to conceive, because determining ovulation is difficult. Having irregular periods also means that you are ovulating less than someone who has a period promptly every 28-30 days which does in fact decrease your chances. With that being said, getting pregnant while having irregular period is not impossible. It might take a little more planning and time, but it is quite possible!! Goodluck to all those who are TTC out there :)
I have heard of something called implantation bleeding. This occurs when a fertilized egg actually implants in the uterine wall. This bleeding would be light & pinkish, not like menstruation.
It is possible, but probably not very likely. If you are in doubt, you should really take a HPT.