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Cuteee answer on 09 May '11 at 19:10
that isnt true . . you can NEVER be pregnant when you are not ovulating . . you cant form a baby only with sperm!! gosh . . im lmao with the first answer ehehhehe . . its unsual to be pregnant when you are having you period . . . use protection next time to avoid unwanted pregnancy
and come on guys! you cant have periods when you are pregnant!! if you are pregnant and having discharges you must go to the doctor and have yourself check!
Cinderella 522 answer on 09 May '11 at 20:22
Almost immediately---well like i mean not right after your relations--LOL but, i mean right after the conception or joining of the sperm and egg. When they combine your body then releases the HGC, so therefore within a5-7 days it should be able to tell. If you are 2weeks late then it would def. have time to pick up the hormone if you are preg. Any other symptoms? I wish you well. Sometimes the HPT, does not pick up enough of the hormone, it is to little of an amount, did you try first morning urine so it would have to build up? Good luck love. Always avail to chat with. I would just have your OB write you a scrip to get the test. call them and they can give you all the details.
HERE IS SOME OTHER INFO FOR YA!!
There are two types of pregnancy tests. One tests the blood for the pregnancy hormone, hCG. The other checks the urine for this hormone. You can do a urine test at home with a home pregnancy test. You need to see a doctor to have blood tests.
These days, most women first use home pregnancy tests (HPT) to find out if they are pregnant. HPTs are inexpensive, private, and easy to use. Urine tests will be able to tell if you're pregnant about 2 weeks after ovulation. Some more sensitive urine tests claim that they can tell if you are pregnant as early as one day after a missed period.
If a HPT says you are pregnant, you should call your doctor right away. You doctor can use a more sensitive test along with a pelvic exam to tell for sure if you're pregnant. Seeing your doctor early on in your pregnancy will help you and your baby stay healthy.
Doctors use two types of blood tests to check for pregnancy. Blood tests can pick up hCG earlier in a pregnancy than urine tests can. Blood tests can tell if you are pregnant about 6 to 8 days after you ovulate (or release an egg from an ovary). A quantitative blood test (or the beta hCG test) measures the exact amount of hCG in your blood. So it can find even tiny amounts of hCG. This makes it very accurate. Qualitative hCG blood tests just check to see if the pregnancy hormone is present or not. So it gives a yes or no answer. The qualitative hCG blood test is about as accurate as a urine test.
Love being a mom! answer on 09 May '11 at 21:20
hey hun! I started having pains and stuff right after ovulation prolly like 5 days. Sore breasts cramps everything I really thought I was getting my period! Turns out I am pregnant!!! So it really can feel like your period! This is TMI but I even feel a little bit wet and freak out that im bleeding but theres nothing there!!!!! GOOD LUCK HUN! Tons of baby dust!!!!
Icare answer on 09 May '11 at 22:02
This is tricky because usually a pregnancy test will give a positive reading just about 11 days after fertilisation of the ovum, but in your case, if you never get periods, you need to get checked out to see if you are actually ovulating at all.
Birth control pills don't give you real periods ( i.e. based on a normal hormonal cycle of ovulation, and then shedding of a non-pregnant uterine lining). With birth control pills your body is conned into thinking it is pregnant so that you don't get pregnant! You then get a 'bleed' when you stop taking it. Natural hormones of all kinds are the 'messengers' used by your body to control all kinds of functions. The love hormones are the messengers that tell your ovaries and your uterus when to do what they are supposed to do. Birth control pills are artificial messengers which cause artificial symptoms. Women are sometimes prescribed birth control pills to reduce their menstrual flow if their periods are particularly troublesome, heavy and painful.
If your own hormones are out of balance to the degree that you don't get periods at all, I think it is highly unlikely that you would be ovulating, and therefore the chances that you could become pregnant are virtually nil. Even girls with irregular periods sometimes have difficulty getting pregnant. Having said that, it only takes one egg and one sperm to make a baby!
Please go back to whoever prescribes your birth control pills and tell them what is happening with your body. I'm surprised that you were prescribed birth control pills when you don't have periods. Don't leave these things to chance. It may be that you need altogether different treatment and that these pills are causing you symptoms you shouldn't be having. It sounds like your body is confused and needs some help.
Artificial hormones are very powerful - they can make men grow breasts and women grow beards!
Midwest mom answer on 10 May '11 at 01:08
Here's the best advice I heard:
1) take folic acid
2) develop a habit of eating well and exercising
3) live on one income
By eating well and continuing to do light exercise during your pregnancy (e.g. walking, swimming, yoga, etc.) you can improve the health your baby, make labor easier, and also make the pregnancy so much more comfortable. But don't overdo it - too much exercise and too few calories can actually suppress ovulation and make it difficult to get pregnant.
I watched what I ate while pregnant and ended up losing all the weight I'd gain within the first week postpartum, which was great because I'm now 4 months postpartum and my body is just feeling solid enough to start a regular exercise routine. If I'd been worrying about feeling fat all this time I would have driven myself crazy and probably not let myself rest as much as I needed to!
By arranging your lifestyle so that you can live on one income (assuming that both you and your partner currently work) when the baby comes or if something unexpected happens or if you decide that you want to become a stay-at-home Mom, you can afford to do it. Either way, whether or not you "stay home" you will have extra money saved up that you can put toward emergency savings, a college fund, or a romantic trip for just mommy and daddy when your baby is old enough.