You usually have heavy periods but this time it has been really light and you are still taking birth control could you be pregnant?
You periods are meant to be lighter on birth control, but I guess you could be pregnant. Take a test and I would stop taking the pills just until you know you're not pregnant
You usually have really heavy periods but this month you were 2 weeks late and am having a really light period can this mean you are pregnant even tho the test said negative?
i had the same thing last month,now im really feeling pregnant,maybe you should test a week later or wait till your next period Read More
No, periods light or heavy are a sign you are not pregnant. Read More
It's really unlikely to get pregnant unless you're having periods. Read More
Who ever told you that you don't have periods when you're pregnant, well some people can have them while they are pregnant to tell you the truth, It really depends on their family genes and stuff. But also numbers of people can go threw a pregnancy and not have a period. Read More
Can you be pregnant and have a period and the home test say I'm not even if me and my husband have not use a condom in 3 weeks?
If you are really pregnant , you will not get your periods till your delivery is done. Read More
The days of periods are safest days when pregnancy is really impossible. Read More
Not really, dogs are usually around 63 days pregnant. Read More
lol.... really? well, since women usually get pregnant when a dude busts in them, I would have to say yes... yes you can get pregnant if he doesn't pull out and you dont have some type of birth control.... unless, of course, the "he" is a dog or a horse or something like that lol Read More
It is not likely. Although the periods, really don't matter. It is the ovulation that is necessary for pregnancy. But it is not likely that you are ovulating if you are not having periods. You should consult your doctor for reasons of not having a period and you can discuss your pregnancy options there. Read More
You really shouldn't ovulate while you're pregnant, because when you're pregnant you're releasing a hormone called progestegen (sorry for the spelling). And this let's your body know that you're pregnant, and not to ovulate. This is how birth control pills work. They trick your body into thinking its pregnant, so you don't have periods. But in other words, no you can't. If you do, then you need to see a doctor, because that means your… Read More
Sometimes when you stop taking birth control, the hormones in the body can be upset causing you to get pregnant really fast. In most cases it can even cause a multiple pregnancy with twins, triplets, etc. however in some cases the exact opposite occurs & even though your not taking the pill you can't get pregnant for a few months or so. Usually 3-6months. If your still not pregnant longer than 6months its best to… Read More
The youngest age for a girl to get pregnant is 14 but it's safe to get pregnant only after the age of 18. not really ! well basically a girl can get pregnant from the age of 10! coz that when periods start! Read More
Previously very fertile fell pregnant after 1 month twice butnow had 1 depo injection how long to get pregnant afterhad no problems or periods?
The depo usually lasts for 6 months, after this time women need to have another shot to remain infertile. so usually after 6 months you can become pregnant again. However, it can last a lot longer than that, the depo can really stuff up womens cycles and some women find it very difficult to get pregnant again after the depo shot. Read More
yes u can have your period and be pregnant because even though you are pregnant some of the waste there will come out, and there is an experience of mistaken a period for bleeding because you just had a really ruff and hard on sex early in the day...or weeks.. Read More
If you have irregular periods and for like the past week and a half you have had really sensitive nipples and slight cramps and gassy could you be pregnant?
No. If you have your period, then you aren't pregnant. All of those are symptoms of a woman's period. Read More
They have to be old enough to have periods, but apart from that they can get pregnant just about anytime. The chances of becoming pregnant varies with where they're at in their cycle, but bodies aren't clockwork perfect so there aren't really any "safe" days. Read More
not really it could be starting late Read More
A girl can miss her monthly period for many reasons. Some of those reasons are stress, being really active in sports, weight, pregnancy, or hormone problems. Usually your doctor will give you birth control if your periods are irregular. Read More
Birth control works. Don't avoid it just because it's birth control. Some people would just becuase of what it is, but it really works. Read More
Could you be pregnant if you are on birth control but you are cramping really bad and have diarrhea?
You probably just have stomach bug Read More
Women don't actually have periods while they are pregnant. Women often exprerience irregular bleeding and/or spotting during pregnancy which may make women think they are having a period when they really are not. Read More
Why would you take birth control if you're already pregnant? Birth control releases a hormone that tells your body it's pregnant so that you can't actually get pregnant. Is telling your body it's pregnant harmful to you when you're already pregnant? That wouldn't really make much sense would it? You and the baby would be fine you would just be wasting your money. Read More
If you are using your birth control as directed, there should be a very small chance of getting pregnant. I'm not sure if the length of time you've been on birth control matters, but if you are inconsistent when it comes to taking/using it, the likelihood of getting pregnant increases at least a little. It really depends on your form of birth control. Read More
Girls usually start their periods between ages 11 and 15 but its different for everybody. There's really no definite answer but girls have usually started by the time they are 16. Read More
Yes. The only safe time really is the first days of your period. You can start ovulating again after you've had a period. Read More
You really should read the packet or consult a doctor to know the chances of getting pregnant while on it. Read More
Birth control doesn't mean that you won't get you period. My older sister is on it to and she has hers around the same time I have mine. Birth control is just something that helps you if you have really heavy periods or you want to have sex but don't want to get pregnant. If you going the sex route I wouldn't trust it because the only birth control that works the best is your… Read More
Not usually. They make then lighter and not as long. Read More
Can a woman get pregnant if sex happens on the first day of her periods and what can be done to undo after 6 days of unprotected sex?
yes, you can get pregnant on the first day of your period. there really isn't anything you can do about unprotected sex. maybe the day after pill? but it properly wont work if your already pregnant. Read More
Assuming that you are having unprotected sex you are at a higher risk to get pregnant anytime that you are not taking birth control. Also birth control is only really effective when it has been taken consistently for 3 months every day at or close to the same time of day. Read More
Women take birth control for many reasons not only to prevent pregnancy! But I was prescribed birth control to reduce a cyst on my ovary. Maybe because they have really bad periods bleeding to heavy or bad cramps! And there is most likely more reason on why a doctor would prescribed birth control but I mean if you didn't answer for it I mean they would tell you why they are giving it too you… Read More
For the last 3 periods your periods have been coming on 4 days early When it came on the 1st time you wasnt sure what was going on it was short Should you worry cuz your periods usually are 28 days?
I have not experienced early periods really. If you are worried about this, ask you GP or Doctor or your Mother. I am sure your mother has answers and will be able to re-assure you ! Read More
Practically speaking, there isn't one. If you know EXACTLY where you're at in your menstrual cycle, there are days where the chance of getting pregnant is really, really small. But counting the days isn't accurate enough for that. One in five women relying on "safe periods" will get pregnant within one year anyhow. Read More
There's sperm in pre-ejculate and there is always pre-ejaculate since that is a natural lubricant. None of you can feel it. Also, to be sure he pulls out he really needs to have control and usually older couples can handle this fine but not older ones. Also important to know exact when you ovulate since sperms can live inside for up to a week. And as a woman, do you really want to leave the… Read More
No. Tubal ligations do not affect your periods. though some women find their periods get heavier. Tubes dont really become undone. usually they are cut tied or burnt (or all!) or clamped. Read More
Not really, but sometimes in the early stages of pregnancy you can get what looks like menstrual bleeding. This is not really a period. As always I urge that you talk to your doctor about it just to make sure everything is OK, but it does happen and it does not mean that anything is wrong. Read More
Call you doctor when you know you're pregnant and they will schedule your appt. Usually they'll want to see you when you're about 9 weeks pregnant. Really depends on the doctor, though. Read More
signs are usually: stinky pee, quiet, not really that hyper, sort of protective around her territory Read More
she will usually bite alot and will get really big and make squeeking noises from pain. Read More
After stopping the use of Depo-Provera your gf get 2 periods in 1 monthwhen she had an pregnancy test coz you had sex after stopping the Depo-Provera it came back positiveIs she really pregnant?
A positive pregnancy test means she's pregnant. Read More
Very unlikely! If you are good with birth control as in take it everyday around the same time then you are perfectly fine. Birth control is not 100% effective but if you take it properly then it really shouldn't be a problem! Read More
Periods are about a month, or every 28 days. It really depends on the person. Read More
Yes. A small amount of semen will usually leak prior to the main discharge w/o the guy feeling it, and you only need a little inside you to get pregnant. Pulling out and counting days are really, really unreliable methods if you want to avoid getting pregnant. Read More
Negative urine test and a negative blood test but period is stil late and feeling really pregnant Clothes are starting not to fit and your moods are flying out of control?
are you wanting to be pregnant? my friend done this when she convinced herself she was pregnant. she even produced "milk". just a suggestion. no, im not "wanting" to be pregnant. its just the thing that i was on birth control, took antibiotics, and now i feel like this. ive been on this birth control for awhile and took antibiotics with it. i know its just not the medication... Read More
Unfortunately, there really is no way to quicken your period. Menstruation is natural and the only time you can either decrease your periods or stop them all together is if you're on a birth control. Read More
Can you get pregnant 6 days after my period while being on birth control but the night before didn't take my pill till midnight?
It all depends on your body, youre cycle, how long you've been on the pill and what time you usually take your pill. There is really no set answer. Read More
You know there is a risk of you have sex so there aren't really any accidents. If you use the birth control as it's supposed to be used and still get pregnant I guess one can call that an accident. Read More
Yes, many woman stop menstruating while using birth control pills (or patch, ring, injection). Their periods return when they stop taking the pill. Read More