Answer: Then count yourself as lucky. If you have had no spotting, intense pain and the like, then you are just having a great pregnancy. If you have any real worries then you need to make an ob appointment, but without signs of a misscariage you are probably fine. Congrats on the pregnancy
Answer: It MIGHT happen, but the chance is small. Many women release an egg in the middle of their cycle, then comes the luteal phase. The luteal phase has to last a certain amount of days or else implantation of the fertilized egg cannot happen. Speak with a doctor about it.
Answer: Yes you can get pregnant in the first six week after having your baby. That is why your doc. tells you not to have sex, its not only to let your body heal but to prevent yourself for getting pregnet.....belive me it happend to me.
Answer: This is an estimate based upon size of development. Yes, you could take this to be the date of conception, if more accurate information is not available. However, this would not be conclusive proof. It is an estimate!
Answer: take a test anyway......... rule out pregnancy, if your test is negative and you have a bad taste in your mouth it could related to your digetive system or a dentistry problem. it is not uncommon for women to bleed regularly throughout a pregnancy.hope eveything will be ok x
Answer: Since you have said that you bled two weeks after your period, you are probably not pregnant. If you are concerned about this, please see your primary care physician or your gynecologist, as something else could be the cause. During early years of menstruation, things might not be on schedule yet. See your doctor for more information and advice.This response has been given by a medical professional, but not a physician. Although this response has been checked for accuracy and has been researched, any advice given here does not take the place of your primary care provider. In an emergency, please dial 911 or your local emergency number. This response is provided under the terms and disclaimers of WikiAnswers and the author of this answer cannot be held liable for any misguided attempts to follow this advice without the observation or guidance of a licensed physician.
Answer: The simple answer is Yes. You can obtain health insurance if you are trying to conceive, you are actually even able to purchase health insurance in the event that you are already pregnant. But (and it is a BIG but) you should be aware that almost all health insurance plans will place a waiting period on maternity coverage.
A waiting period is the amount of time from the start of a plan where you are not eligible to claim for treatment for a specific condition.
If, for example, a maternity benefit on a health insurance plan has a waiting period of 10 months; this means that you will not be able to claim for any treatment that you have received in conjunction with your pregnancy if it was obtained before you were on the plan for 10 months.
The waiting periods concerning maternity are different with almost all insurance companies. Some plans will stipulate that you only have to be on the policy for a certain period of time until you can claim treatment, while others will impose a waiting period until conception (typically 12 months).
So yes you can obtain insurance, but you may not be able to claim for the treatment, depending on the policy conditions of the plan that you purchase. I recommend talking to a broker or an agent who will be able to give you the best option for your situation.
Answer: Yes very good chance if it wasnt proven on scan or blood tests. if you just had a lot of blood, and thought you lost hte baby then theres a good chance that you were wrong. I have had many pregnancies where Ive bled a lot. and often thought I had lost it, but I let my midwife know, and she organised a scan which showed a healthy baby with a heartbeat. you need to talk to your maternity carer and have an ultrasound. goodluck!