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First period jan 15th after mmiscarriage. Still no period, took pregnancy test about 2 weeks ago negative. Isit possible to still get pregnant?Normal?

First period jan 15th after mmiscarriage. Still no period, took pregnancy test about 2 weeks ago negative. Isit possible to still get pregnant?Normal?

Possible, not likely: After having a miscarriage your periods may take some time to return to normal. It is possible to ovulate and get pregnant even prior to having a normal period. If you don't want to be pregnant, be sure to use some method of birth control. And if your periods have not returned to normal by perhaps 3 months after your miscarriage, it's time to see a doctor. Good luck! ...Read more

Menstrual Cycle (Definition)

The menstrual cycle begins with the shedding of the uterine lining, resulting in bleeding from the vagina. A few weeks later, one ovary releases an egg and the uterine lining thickens in preparation for a potential pregnancy. Pregnancy can occur at this stage if sperm fertilizes the egg. If the egg is not fertilized, the egg will leave your body and ...Read more


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I got my mirena (levonorgestrel) out on 4/22/13, how long should it take to get my first period? I am trying to get pregnant and i still haven't gotten my period I am trying to get pregnant and i want to calculate .

I got my mirena (levonorgestrel) out on 4/22/13, how long should it take to get my first period? I am trying to get pregnant and i still haven't gotten my period I am trying to get pregnant and i want to calculate .

Depends: Most patients resume normal periods after Mirena (levonorgestrel) removal fairly quickly. Most will have their first periods 3-6 weeks after removal. For the first few months you will have to patient and monitor until you get back to normal. Your fertility returns almost immediately after removal. ...Read more

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When will you get your first period after pregnancy?

When will you get your first period after pregnancy?

Depends: If you are breast feeding you may not get a period until you stop breast feeding or cut it down to 1-2 times a day, if u are not breast feeding you should usually get a period by 10 weeks after delivery , if it has been 10 weeks and no period you need to see your OB and i assume your OB did a post partum exam at 5-6 weeks like I do with all of my pts. ...Read more

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Can you get pregnant on the day you get your first period and same day you, had intercourse?

Can you get pregnant on the day you get your first period and same day you, had intercourse?

Not pregnant: Your chance to get pregnant is around 14 days before your period. That's when you ovulate. So if you had intercourse the day of your period, it is highly unlikely to get pregnant. ...Read more

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Hi had a mc on 19nov nd want to get pregnant now i got my first period so is it normal to get pregnant now or I have to wait ?

Hi  had a mc on 19nov nd want to get pregnant now i got my first period so is it normal to get pregnant now or I have to wait ?

Normal: If i read your question correctly, you had a child in november, now you have had a period, and you are wondering if you can get pregnant. Certainly if you have sex without any contraception you might. If you are breast-feeding it is less likely but not impossible. It may not be a good idea to get pregnant again so quickly, but you should consult your OB doctor for specifics as to your health. ...Read more

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After miscarriage can I get pregnant anytime before getting my first period?

After miscarriage can I get pregnant anytime before getting my  first period?

Yes: You will ovulate before you get your next period, so yes, you can get pregnant then. If you don't want to conceive, use some form of birth control. ...Read more

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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more