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Can You Still Go Swimming On Your Period
Swimming with Period: If you are already used to wearing tampons, they are perfect for swimming. You do not have to worry about any leakage, since they expand as necessary to fit your body. Hide the string and you are good to swim in clear water, wearing any swimsuit bottom. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Miscarriage : The initial period following a miscarriage may be somewhat unpredictable in terms of the amount of flow. It may take a cycle or two before periods return to normal. ...Read more
See below: Up to 30% of pregnant women bleed vaginally and mistake it for their period. ...Read more
Not your period: If you are pregnant , you can have bleeding when a period was to be expected on occasion , but that is not considered your period, if you have any questions, your OB can do a blood preg test and get the answer back that day or the next and do an exam and ultrasound, that is what I do with my patients in coral springs , florida. ...Read more
It happens anytime: You can get pregnant at any time during your cycle. The chance is less right before/during/after period, but still happens. Best chance is around time of ovulation--often midcycle for most women. Many women have some light period/bleeding during the first month or two after becoming pregnant. It is very easy and fast to do a home pregnancy test--which is highly accurate. So, check a hpt. Good luck. ...Read more
No, not unless...: A woman cannot get pregnant during the first few days of her normal regular periods. However, if she has some spotting and is not on her period, but mistakenly thinks she is on her period, it is possible that she is fertile during the spotting. A urine pregnancy test can be done about 3 weeks after sex, if worried. ...Read more
It : It is a long shot. All the stars would need to align. If you had your unprotected sex around the last day of menses and you still had viable sperm by the time you ovulated. Since the average sperm can live around 3 to 7 days (occassionally longer), you would have to ovulate within that time frame. ...Read more
See below: It's the other way around. You're pregnant and you don't know it. Up to 30% of pregnant women will bleed at the time of their expected periods because the baby as implanted into the womb. This gives the impression of a period when it's not. ...Read more
Sure: The week after period bleeding stops is a good time to have sex, for many women who want to get pregnant. The likelihood of pregnancy can be dependent on how long one's full menstrual cycle is, and how many days of bleeding she has during her period. Ovulation usually happens around 2 weeks BEFORE the expected start of the next period. ...Read more
Probably not : As you know, pre-cum does contain some sperm. So there is always a risk of conception if you are not using protection the entire time. However it is very unlikely that you would conceive while on your period and using the withdrawal method. The sperm can live for several days inside you, but if you don't ovulate before they die, you won't get pregnant. Ovulation usually happens day 14 of the cycle ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
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