I asked this question. I'm 18 and have a feeling I am/was pregnant. I started bleeding dark red/brownish blood and last night some tissue looking stuff passed out of me. I have no idea what's going on. If I am/was pregnant, it would only be like 3 or 4 weeks into the pregnancy.
Answer: No. Your period is when the layer of tissue on the wall of your uterus breaks down and flushes out. Your body even discharges the ovum(egg) indicating that you were not pregnant.
why would anyone eat tissue paper? i would say dont eat it while pregnant or not pregnant.
When youre pregnant, your connective tissue streches out. (the tissue that ,for example, keeps your joints together) This can cause some pain.
I am 7 weeks pregnant after having a frozen embryo transfer. I have been spotting continously since with one episode of a heavy bleed with loss of tissue and clots. My doctor has kept me on progesterone pessaries as well as provera to control the bleeding but I am still pregnant and yesterday a healthy fetus was confirmed on ultrasound with a heart beat of 146. == ==
No, not at all!
It's difficult to say. If you still have the tissue then take it to your doctors so it can be tested.
When you have a period, your body is getting rid of the tissue meant to support an egg. So 2 heavy periods, you were probably never pregnant. With 4 negative urine tests, believe the tests, not your hopes.
I would like to know.
I had this as well. Trying to figure it out. Just letting you know, you're not alone! Sorry I have no answers!
Can i get pregnant if my tubes were clamped?
Absolutely. 1/3 of all pregnancies ends in miscarriage and there are usually no problem getting pregnant again.
it means you were pregnant but miscarried
Stand outside a room. Drop or hold a thin strip of tissue along the bottom of the door. If the tissue is drawn under the door or toward the inside of the room, there is negative room pressure.
Maybe you were pregnant.
Go see your doctor or go to the emergency room. You aren't supposed to bleed when you are pregnant.
You're probably going into labor. That is the first sign.
Female breasts are composed of fat tissue and glandular tissue. Before pregnancy, the glandular portion is dormant and comprise a small percentage of the breasts' size. Therefore, non-pregnant girls' breasts are mainly composed of fat.
Assuming you are a boy asking what a period is... During the month (not in the menstruation cycle) blood and tissue is lined up in the "parts" of a lady. The tissue and blood is stored there in case the women becomes pregnant, then the blood/tissue will be nutrients and a "home" for the fetus. After a while the female body realizes that if there is no fetus and has get rid of the blood/tissues by a period! If a female is pregnant she will not have her period because the blood/tissue is going to the baby.
Im not sure.. Im 9 days past ovulation and today I have mild cramps and pink tissue discharge.. No blood.. So im confused too.. N my spotting was very very light brownish pinkish.. Sorry tmi, but idk whats going on.. Maybe we should see our obgyn n keep eachother updated.. Lol im gonna call tomorrow.. Good luck to you whatever you find out..
Periods are to prepare for new tissue and a new egg to be put in place to be able to get pregnant. Since men cannot get pregnant there is no need for their bodies to prepare to get pregnant so they don't need a period.
Adipose tissue is known to produce a peptide hormone called Leptin which has several functions, the best known being the negative feedback control of appetite.
Usually a miscarriage tissue is difficult to pull apart and can be a grey colour where veins are seen.
No, if you are menstruating then you obviously can't be pregnant. It is biologically impossible to menstruate while you are pregnant, you only menstruate if you are not pregnant. Dark blood is likely just that, dark blood, remember that menstrual flow includes uterine tissue not just blood.
Yes, any vaginal contact with any seminal fluid can result in pregnancy if it occurs at the right time.