You took birth control for three months and it made you violently ill you have been off of it for three months and you are continuing to get violently ill during your menstruation what should you do?
I only weigh 100 pounds and i am 19 years old and I'm worried that my weight might be making it difficult for my body to get through my menstruation.
No, a woman cannot be fertilised during menstruation - it is biologically impossible to ovulate during menstruation, however in the right conditions sperm from sex during menstruation can survive for up to 7 days by which time a woman may ovulate and thus get pregnant. If a woman doesn't want to get pregnant she and her partner should always use birth control.
No, withdrawal bleeding is not menstruation. Menstruation occurs as a result of an egg released during ovulation not being fertilised. Withdrawal bleeds are a result of the drop in synthetic hormones when going from active to inactive birth control pills (or the week break), there's no ovulation so there's no menstruation.
No, conception isn't possible during menstruation. During menstruation there is no egg present to be fertilised, although it's important to point out that a woman may still be fertile during menstruation: there may be fertile cervical mucus present, which can keep sperm alive in the vagina long enough so that there is still sperm present when a woman ovulates after menstruation.
You can do absolutely anything you like during menstruation - there is absolutely nothing that you can't do on your period. In fact some things can be better during menstruation, for example sex can be a lot more pleasurable during menstruation and many women find they're much more creative during menstruation so they may be more likely to create great works of art.
Yes, although it is biologically impossible to get pregnant during menstruation, a woman can get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation. Let me explain... During menstruation a woman will not ovulate, however if a womans menstrual cycle is short she may be producing fertile quality cervical mucus during menstruation. This mucus protects sperm in the vagina and helps it to swim up through the cervical opening to reach the fallopian tubes, where it…
No, you can't get pregnant during your period...but you can get pregnant as a result of sex during your period. Women don't ovulate during menstruation, however if a woman has a short menstrual cycle she may have fertile quality cervical mucus present during menstruation, this can keep the sperm alive in the vagina for up to 7 days by which time she may ovulate. Thus always use birth control to prevent unwanted pregnancy.
Menstruation occurs during the fertile years of a human female. So menstruation is absent during childhood up until puberty, and after childbearing years after a woman has gone through menopause towards her late 40's-50's. Menstruation will also be absent in a human female when she is on hormonal birth control to suppress the menstrual cycle, if a woman becomes pregnant, and/or if she has a hysterectomy to prevent menstruation. Also not all women are born…
No, although a woman may be fertile during her period due to fertile quality cervical mucus (thus pregnancy is a possibility from sex during menstruation) she cannot ovulate during menstruation. Typically women ovulate 14 days before menstruation, or if a woman has a short menstrual cycle she may ovulate next right after menstruation.
You can't get pregnant during your period, but you can get pregnant as a result of sex on your period. There is no egg present during menstruation, however if you have a short menstrual cycle it is possible to have fertile quality cervical mucus present during menstruation, this could keep sperm alive for up to 7 days...by which time you may ovulate, thus fall pregnant. Basically unless you want to get pregnant ALWAYS use birth…
Women can do whatever they want during menstruation - there's nothing that they cannot do during menstruation that they wouldn't be able to do normally. Menstruation can sometimes be uncomfortable so excessive exercise may be painful, but equally exercise can sometimes help ease menstrual cramps - a woman should do whatever she feels comfortable with during menstruation, if she finds exercise is uncomfortable she should stop and consider ore gentle exercise.