Many things can have an effect on your period being delayed
The following are some of the things (apart from being pregnant, of course) that can have an effect on your period being delayed: mental/physical stress; weight loss/gain; your contraception; infections; and invisible bleeding (which leads you to believe that you have have missed your period).
If your period is late after having had unprotected sex, I recommend taking a home-pregnancy test; you can buy them now to test up to 6 days before you are due. If, however, you have not had unprotected sex, you should see your GP; it's probably nothing to worry about, and around 85% of people have experienced a late period at least once in their life. To be on the safe side, and to put your mind at ease, visit your doctor.
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pregnancy. condoms aren't 100% effective.
According to WebMD, the fastest sperm can get to a fallopian tube is about 30 minutes, meaning that the quickest conception could occur following sex is in the half-hour range . This means that, following sex, the egg could be fertilized before you've gotten up to get a drink of water.
According to Harms, conception can occur as many as five days after sex or possibly longer, as strong, healthy sperm can survive for about that many days (and perhaps even longer) in the supportive environment of the fallopian tubes as they wait for an egg to be released, if one isn't already present. Here's how it works: Fertilization happens in one of the fallopian tubes, which carries an egg from an ovary to the uterus. It can take up to seven days after intercourse for sperm and egg to join and become a fertilized egg. Usually, it's because the sperm gets into the fallopian tube before the egg is released.
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Yes, there is a chemical attraction to the egg, the egg has a protein sperm swim towards.
If your girlfriend doesn't know the conception date, I don't think there's really any way anyone could tell you.
Even a baby's due date or actual delivery date offers no real clue as to the exact date of conception.
You might try the conception calculator linked under more info in the right column.
You can always get a DNA test, or you can trust your girlfriend and love the baby as your own any way.
A women generally ovulates 14-18days after the first day of her last menstrual period. If you know the first day of your last menstrual period then you can estimate the week conception occurred.
Given that sperm can live for days within the women, during the conception date may be difficult. If a women has sex on Friday, Saturday and Sunday with three different men, any of them can be the father.
Set your mind at ease and get a DNA test.
You really won't be able to pinpoint the exact date. you can find aproximately by knowing the day her last period started and how long her cycles are. It would be an aproximation though.
Hopefully you are still on good terms with your girlfriend, if you should attend the doctor visits, then one thing is of great help, when the first ultrasound is given, hopefully before the 11th week, there is a measurement that is given called a crown rump length, this is very very accurate in telling the gestational age of the child. after the 13th week, the baby is able to curl so the accuracy is not there, the spinal segements have formed. Crown rump length will give you a very accurate date. Good Luck. I hope everything works out for you.
Yes it is possible to get late periods due to stress. Due to weakness and unhealthy diet our body hormones get changed that causes changes in period cycle.Stress is an essential factor that causes delay in monthly cycle.
no i would say not. i was on the camila pill, a pill with only progesterone in it, and i got the same thing. i was on the pill for about seven months and that happened starting after about a month. my doctor said that might happen due to hormonal changes in my body/ More input from FAQ Farmers: * Nah... I wouldn't worry about it. I was on the pill for about 10 years and would occasionally have this. My doctor said it was just old blood. If you are really worried about it, see your OBGYN! * Not necessarily. I just went through it. It is common if you have just started taking the pill. You can potentially have brown blood for three months while your body adjusts. Or if you have missed a couple if pills you can have "break through" bleeding that will occur prior to your actual period. Give a quick call to your doc and they will explain it. I have recentlty learned that its quite common.
It differs from your regular menses in that it isn't your period at all. You cannot have a period and be pregnant at the same time by the very biological definition and function of the two.
Think about it.
Any bleeding you experience during a pregnancy is referred to as "vaginal bleeding" and it is caused by something other than your period.
Visit the related question below for a lot more information on this very topic as well as possible causes and what you should do about it.
Do not use lubricants, as they are not "sperm-friendly". Also, prop your rear end on a pillow immediately after intercourse and lay there as still as possible for 20 minutes.
Certainly...but not the same one! You have to buy a new one. To ensure the best results: * Take the test in the morning, if possible, because your hCG (pregnancy hormone) levels are at it's highest * Don't drink a bunch of fluids before taking the test because it will dilute your urine and can affect the results * Take the test no more than 1-2 days before expected period. Although some test say that you can see results up to 5 days before your missed period, the percentage of accuracy is very low. * urinate for as long as possible on the foam-like strip * wait for the results!
Frequent Irregular Periods
I am not a doctor, but this is from a website - can I recommend that you see your doctor? Abnormal bleeding (either heavy bleeding or bleeding between periods) can have many causes. Bleeding can occur from the vagina secondary to trauma, infection or cancer, and can be diagnosed with cultures, pap smear or actual visualization of a lesion. The cervix can bleed abnormally also secondary to fibroids, infection, polyps or cancer, as is the case with the uterus. Ovarian and other estrogen producing tumors can also cause abnormal uterine bleeding. I?m sure you noticed that cancer appeared several times in this list. Although it must be ruled out, it is not the usual diagnosis with abnormal uterine bleeding.
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IT CAN BE BECAUSE OF POLYMENORRHAGIA . SOME WOMEN WITH PCOD SUFFER WITH THIS. AND IT MAY BE A SIGN OF MENOPAUSE OR ENDOMETRYOSIS OR TUMOURS.
There are many factors which are responsible for irregular periods:
you are pregnant. did you give it a chance ? if not then just wait. if you did not have it for the past week or so you are pregnant try a pregnancy test.
No, the only way to tell for sure if you are pregnant is to take a test. 2 weeks after sex the egg have just attached itself to the uterus wall so symptoms are not there yet.
Yes, a woman can ovulate twice during her menstrual cycle but it would still be during the ovulation phase of her menstrual cycle. A woman cannot just randomly ovulate, her menstrual cycle controls when she ovulates - typically women will ovulate two weeks before menstruation.
To correct a previous answer: Orgasm does not cause ovulation, that's not biologically possible.
Conception usually occurs around the 14th day from the first day of your period.
For a current pregnancy, the related link below may be helpful in calculating the approximate date at which conception occurred.
Yes, you can. I took a pregnancy test 4 days before my expected period, (in the middle of the day) its positive, took another test one hour later, its positive again. And I took another one the next day, it turns out positive as well(Its kind of fun to take the test once its positive )
Yes, you can. There are a few tests on the market that allow you to take the test four days before your missed period. I believe that there are also one or two that you can take even earlier. They are stronger when detecting your hormone count. The one that I know you can use four days before your period is due is " " - I used it and it worked fine (I am not two months pregnant). But as with all tests, they are not guaranteed, so if you take one I would suggest taking another one when your period is due. " " comes in a two pack (more for your money!). Good luck!
I took a e.p.t before I missed my period too and it came out negative and I know for sure I have to be pregnant because my partner told me he is sure. But I would like for a pregnancy test that can tell from the day of conception because I am a teen and i really need to know.
The answer to this question is actually "yes," and that's with a normal pregnancy test. Tests generally claim that they become accurate from the first day of the woman's missed period. This information is accurate, because the woman generally starts her period about two weeks after ovulation.
It is the length of time that the woman is pregnant that determines if the test comes back positive or not. This is important for those with highly irregular menstrual cycles, or for those who engaged in unprotected sexual intercourse during the woman's period (since it would kind of suck to have to wait an entire month to test).
It is recommended to take a home pregnancy test about 14 days after sexual intercourse. If you are still concerned, it is a good idea to retest a few days later. .
My husband and I were trying to have a baby and I took a pregnancy test 5 days before my period was due and I was pregnant.
If you are 4' 10" and now 97 lbs I would say that you are overweight but I am not certain because I don't know your body fame and body composition. I am 13, 5' 4" and weight about 97lbs. However, with exercise and eating healthier (cliche, I know) you will easily lose the weight gained.
If you have unprotected sex during the first cycle of your period (but before it's reached the bleeding stage) then you can get pregnant w/o ever having had a visible period.
But if you used a condom, and used it right the risk of pregnancy is really small.
Nothing it's completely harmless. With some girls that just happens
Yes, you can delay menstruation by taking medication like Norethisterone.
Norethisterone is essentially a synthetic progesterone so started three days before menstruation it prevents the progesterone drop that would normally trigger menstruation to begin. This drug is normally prescribed by a doctor and you take it three times per day from three days before your period, you continue to take it until you want your period to start. Menstruation will normally occur within around 48 hours of stopping the pills, it can be heavier but that isn't always the case.
Here are some personal experiences:
I was one month pregnant and I had my period the next month. While my mother was pregnant with me she had all her periods except the last three months.
After having what I thought was a normal 6-7 day period at my regular level of flow, I had a surprise miscarriage earlier this year. It happened on what I thought was the 18th day of my cycle (but I was actually 6 weeks pregnant.) We had been trying to conceive for about 6 months, and it was the first cycle in which I hadn't taken a pregnancy test on the morning my period was due. To save money, I made myself wait to see if my period was "late" before taking the test. Since I got what looked like a normal period, I never used the test. Now I test every time! It's 4 months later and we are still trying, now seeing a specialist!
They say 'when you miss a period that this is a sign that you are pregnant' this is not always the case. I have had three pregnancies, including one live birth and one lost. The first pregnancy I had two periods with, the second pregnancy I had four periods with and this pregnancy I had the first two. It's always tough to know as well because tests will say negative if you are still having a period.
Doctors would disagree, but I had 5 periods when pregnant with my last child. Yes, the normal (for me) 35 day cycle, and 10 day bleeding. The doctors will tell you "you can't get your period while ovulating" yet MANY women have occasional (or even frequent) cycles without ovulation. I also have endometriosis, so may have had something to do with it. I was told by a doctor my endo wouldn't "grow" or bother me while pregnant. He was wrong, too.
Sore breasts and cramps are both common in the early stages of pregnancy, so if you are in doubt, get a pregnancy test, it's the only way to know for sure, and it's not reliable until you are at least two weeks late for your period.
I am about 6 weeks pregnant for the first time, and I'm a nurse. It is normal to have sore breasts and many times this will last for the first trimester and sometimes longer as your hormones are changing, also having cramps monthly can be normal too, because your body is use to having periods monthly, so my doctor says that you might have those feelings of cramps every month, just not the bleeding.
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