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: Women who have had previous pregnancies may feel like they are showing at 5 weeks or even earlier, because they look/feel bloated. This is also a common symptom during a menstrual cycle, and may just be hormones, and not your uterus. But it is possible to show that early, especially if there is more than one fetus. http://www.womenshealthcaretopics.com/pregnancy_week_5.htm
Answer: Get the start date of your last period and add 14 days to it. 3 days before AND after this date is the window where you would have fallen pregnant because this is your ovulation time, where your egg is released and waits for the sperm. So the man you had sex with during this time is most likely to be the father. If you had sex with both men during that time there is no way you can tell other than a DNA test.
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: 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!
Answer: Ultrasounds are fairly accurate - a fetus at 12 weeks is very small. A 22 week fetus is fairly large. They measure how big bones are, and the distance around the head. There is no mistaking a 12 weeker for a 22 weeker.