Mera period 21 ko tha likin abi to nhi Aaya he Mene ..?

Mera period 21 ko tha likin abi to nhi Aaya he Mene mesulin forte teblet le rhi hu likin abi to period nhi Aaya he Kuch Koi medisin btaye Jesse period jldi aa jaye

Ankita marskole asked on 28 Nov '17 at 13:50


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Krish g answer on 04 Oct '12 at 02:17

Getting pregnant a month after All you need to do is to find them and then you're on your way to trying to get pregnant. childbirth is not impossible but because there is such a low percentage of ovulating during this short time period. More than likely you will not become pregnant. If you are breastfeeding then that lowers the chances even more because the hormone that is used for ovulating and for menstrual cycle's, goes towards producing breast milk. After a pregnancy, the body experiences three to eight weeks of bleeding. So around the tenth week ovulation will resume back to the normal cycle. That is why most doctors will subscribe a birth control method for you to begin after your final postpardum appointment. Because at anytime you may ovulate after the time period, so be very careful when having un-protected love. It is best to wait six months after having a child to concieve again, because of the risk and complications, such as miscarriage or preterm labor.

Emma . answer on 23 Nov '12 at 09:35

hi, sana i guess your pregnant cause scanty pinkish or brownish discharge may be implantation bleeding and it occurs around 6-12 days after intercourse..but if they have irregular flow like periods they can be irregular periods..

Emma . answer on 23 Nov '12 at 10:27

depending on what form of family planning methods your using ...every method has its own degree of risk even condoms have a 2% risk of pregnancy...so just wait for your periods and see...

Emma . answer on 23 Nov '12 at 10:59

if the brownish discharge is implantation bleeding it occurs around 6-12 days after conception...it can be irregular periods if they come as your normal duration of periods..

Emma . answer on 23 Nov '12 at 13:26

hi kate, its better to show a doctor...no harm in asking for a test, also get tests for urinary tract infection and get a check on your implant may be you got irregular periods as they came around your period date..check for temperature also ..if you have fever then it might be something else may be typhoid or some other infection...