While there is no such thing as a "normal" menstrual cycle, 60 days is terribly long. I suspect that instead of a long cycle, what you are actually experiencing is intermittent ammenorrhea where you fail to ovulate or bleed at regular intervals. Many women who have anovulatory cycles will still bleed at regular intervals due to the progesterone drop they experience after the body attempts ovulation.
In your case, it seems that when you fail to ovulate, you fail to bleed as well. Many women have occasional anovulatory cycles. I recommend that you begin charting your basal body temperature over a period of time in order to see if you are ovulating or not, and if you are, what percentage of cycles are ovulatory. Short of an ultrasound, charting BBT is the simplest way to tell if you ovulated in a cycle.
That being said, you should probably see a doctor to rule out a more serious explanation than occasional anovulation.
Certain self administered tests can be done and interpreted by any layman. The classic thermometer is a device used to take the body temperature. Another is the drug store blood pressure cuff. One can take one's blood pressure to keep check on certain conditions such as high blood pressure.
These simple measures will help doctors because the baseline of these tests can be very closely monitored by the patient who can call if the result is abnormal.
Not in the first days but in the end, yes.
Sounds like normal hormonal cycle. You can't tell if you are pregnant yet at that stage, but maybe there's a fluke, get tested anyways.
Not likely, but possible. The most accurate way to find out is a serum pregnancy test given by your doctor. If your periods are always around the same time, I would consider this option.
Basically, the cervix will raise and become fleshy (typically quite hard) during early pregnancy, however, timing is all dependent on the individual. Some experience this change in different periods of the pregnancy; from the earlier stages until quite late in the first trimester. Quite frankly, don't rely on this as a means to determine whether you are pregnant or not. The advice of a professional is always the best answer.
Your period should stop when you are pregnant. Menses is the sloughing of the nutrients a fetus would need to survive, so when this is lost there is nothing for the baby to survive on. If you know you are pregnant and have what you think is a period, you may have miscarried, the body's way of stopping a pregnancy that would not end in a viable baby. See your OB/GYN immediately if this happens.
No, there should be a period of about 6 months before you can be sure he's shooting blanks.
Well implantation bleeding (bleeding after the egg implants into the uterus) is possible, but the only way to really know if you are pregnant is to either take a home pregnancy test or see your OB/GYN. Good luck!
There are several things that can contribute to a negative pregnancy test even if you are pregnant. Some medications can give you a false negative, the timing of the test can affect the results. If you did not follow directions properly; if you let the test sit for too long the results may read negative after a while. It is important to read the results within the amount of time given on the instructions of that particular pregnancy test you bought. If you did not perform the test properly (example: you drank a lot of fluids before taking the test, which can dilute your urine). Etc. On rare occasions you can encounter a false positive due to improper testing, expired pregnancy tests, rare medical conditions such as certain types of cancer, evaporation lines or a chemical pregnancy.
Yes. If you have the "symptoms of pregnancy" and your period has not appeared, and you have had unprotected vaginal intercourse recently (since your last period), you could very well be pregnant.
Home pregnancy tests are reliable but not infallible. The result can be altered by various natural means and the indication given is only a measure of how much more than 50% either way your hormones secreted in your urine are.
To be completely sure, check with your GP/HMO, gynecologist or family planning practitioner for a hospital pregnancy test.
No, call your doctor right away. IT DEPENDS ON HOW ADVANCED YOU ARE IN YOUR PREGNANCY. IMPLANTATION BLEEDING CAN OCCUR SEVERAL DAYS AFTER YOU HAVE OVULATED. Yep it could be normal. If it started a little before or around your first "missed" period. I thought I had a period last month cause I spotted for a week and had major cramps but this month no period and I JUST got a +++++ pregnancy test! Good Luck. Depends of each person. I had a very light brownish spot when I was about 2 weeks pregnant. Now I'm 6 weeks pregnant and I have a little bit of cramps, and everything is working out normally. Thanks God. Good Luck to you ;o)
It can mean that you are under unusual stress, that you are taking hormones or other medicine, that you are nearing menopause, that there are growths or other gynecological problems, or it can simply be normal variation. If your periods were always regular and suddenly change in some way, it's best to let your doctor or gynecologist know. They may want to check it out just to be sure there is no problem.
You can't have your period while being pregnant. However, you can have vaginal bleeding frequently during your first trimester.
No....in fact it might mean you are leaving your tampons in too long or you just might have caught a fever. Either way....it would be best if you contact your doctor. If you feel the need to vomit, have severe lower abdomen pain, or have a temperature of 102 or higher, contact your doctor immediately.
Tummy aches are said to be common in the first few weeks of pregnancy. But, it could also be a stomach thing. If you really think you may be pregnant, take a test.
It could be a sign, but usually it is PMS. Women tend to get bloated and the other usual signs of their period coming about a week or so before it actually arrives. The only way you'll know is to let that week go by and see if you're late. If it never arrives, then you can buy a hpt to find out if you are indeed pregnant.
It is definitely a possibilty. If you think there is a chance you are you should get tested immediatly.
No, would be the simple answer. If you are having your period, you are not pregnant, having an irregular period is usual and happens quite often especially if you're younger. Once you start menstruating it will take a couple years before your periods are completely regular, but do the safe thing and use protection so every missed period isn't a scare, no one wants to be having sex thinking of whether or not they are getting pregnant, it's distracting and takes away from the experience. -hope this helps.
You could be or your period is just delayed. Do a test to find out.
Not always, but yes. All woman ovulate at different times and some ovulate while on their period so it is possible to get pregnant, but don't always count on that. Most woman get pregnant on their periods from having sex on the first day or last day of their periods so I've heard. I've been researching all day, but most of this is what I've heard from other people so don't be too sure. Go to a doctor to see when you are ovulating for sure. :)
Yes this can be a sign of pregnancy taking into consideration the symptoms you have mentioned above.
Most likely not, you need (should have) 1 normal cycle before it can occur when your prog. levels drop down and you ovulate again
You should have a complete cycle before becoming pregnant after a miscarriage, for safety reasons though. You can definitely become pregnant before having a period. My doctor just told me he's had women get pregnant 2 weeks after a miscarriage. It's not recommended because your body needs time to heal and get back to normal. Otherwise, if this time is not allowed, you are more at risk for another miscarriage. I had a miscarriage and ovulated 2 weeks after a d&c was performed without having a period first. However, I was not trying to get pregnant for this reason. We waited a couple months before trying just to be on the safe side. But to the question...you absolutely can get pregnant after a miscarriage even if you haven't had a period yet. You do not have to have a period to ovulate. A lot of people think if you're not having a period you can't get pregnant, so wrong, you can still be ovulating.
I think yes you could still be pregnant. If i was you i would go to the doctor and tell them you took two tests at home and you want a blood test just to make sure that the home pregnancy tests were right. I wouldn't take any chances if you have all the signs that you are pregnant. Good Luck, i hope you get the answer your looking for.
This can actually be a sign of pregnancy. When I became pregnant I had a period and concieved, had a week off and then had another period. Take a pregnancy test about 2 weeks after and you should know for sure.