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One time i am having with a girl but i was not use a Condo so be a mistake how to stop it girl age 18 years old

Anish asked on 03 Dec '17 at 18:03


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Krish g answer on 29 May '12 at 02:00

Everyone's different, but most people don't notice anything until they have missed a period. Then you'd be about a month pregnant. It all depends on the woman, her cycle and her body. i know you can have your period or miss your period when pregnant == Answer == It is so true. I had what I thought was two periods, one that looked regular and the next month one that was light. And then no period. All my pregnancy symptoms were always there although i had both a blood test and a urine test. I would be on my 3rd month right now and i am going to see my doctor to run test. If you think that you might be pregnant act like you are and give it time for the HCG to build up in your blood stream. Also, after consulting many books a woman can have slow progesterone build-up and it may take at least 2 to 3 months for the vaginal bleeding to stop.

Krish g answer on 29 May '12 at 17:46

The earliest and most accurate time you can detect pregnancy is with a urine test....home pregnancy test, when your late for your period or three weeks after having unprotected love. Or with a blood test, you can detect pregnancy within 5-7 days after having love. Get a couple of over-the-counter home pregnancy tests. follow their instructions. 4 weeks after you have love take a preg test. Look for dark deep blue lines on your breasts when you get out of the shower

Krish g answer on 29 May '12 at 17:50

1.We'll assume that you have a willing partner! 2.Pregnancy can only happen when a woman is ovulating (that is, when an egg is released). For mOSt women of child-bearing age, ovulation occurs once a month. The egg, or ovum, can only survive for 12-24 hours. Therefore, pregnancy is most likely if you have loveual intercourse close to the time of ovulation. 3.How do you know if you are ovulating? While there are ovulation kits on the market, researchers have found that the best way to detect ovulation is by paying close attention to your body-specifically, by monitoring your cervical mucus. Cervical mucus is the fluid that is secreted from the cervix. You can check your cervical mucus by wiping your vaginal area with a tissue, then observing the tissue. The day of peak fertility is the last day that the cervical mucus is the consistency of egg whites; in other words, it should be slippery, clear and stretchy. The day of peak fertility is the best day to have loveual intercourse in order to get pregnant. Often, women in their twenties will have this egg white mucus for 5 days, while women in their mid-thirties may only have it for 1 day. Monitoring your cervical mucus for 1-2 months will help you understand your own body and will help you predict the best day to have loveual intercourse. Here's an overview of the stages of cervical mucus following your period (menstruation): Stage I: Mucus is sticky or gummy (lasts 2-3 days) Stage II: Mucus is creamy, milky (lasts 2-4 days). This is the start of your fertile period. Stage III: Egg white cervical fluid (lasts 1-5 days). This is when you are most likely to conceive. Stage IV: Mucus is dry or sticky. This is your infertile period. 4.To further increase your chances of pregnancy, elevate your hips after loveual intercourse (e.g., by putting a pillow under your hips) and stay there for at least 30 minutes. You should also limit your caffeine intake and stop smoking to increase your cervical mucus

Krish g answer on 29 May '12 at 17:54

1.We'll assume that you have a willing partner! 2.Pregnancy can only happen when a woman is ovulating (that is, when an egg is released). For mOSt women of child-bearing age, ovulation occurs once a month. The egg, or ovum, can only survive for 12-24 hours. Therefore, pregnancy is most likely if you have loveual intercourse close to the time of ovulation. 3.How do you know if you are ovulating? While there are ovulation kits on the market, researchers have found that the best way to detect ovulation is by paying close attention to your body-specifically, by monitoring your cervical mucus. Cervical mucus is the fluid that is secreted from the cervix. You can check your cervical mucus by wiping your vaginal area with a tissue, then observing the tissue. The day of peak fertility is the last day that the cervical mucus is the consistency of egg whites; in other words, it should be slippery, clear and stretchy. The day of peak fertility is the best day to have loveual intercourse in order to get pregnant. Often, women in their twenties will have this egg white mucus for 5 days, while women in their mid-thirties may only have it for 1 day. Monitoring your cervical mucus for 1-2 months will help you understand your own body and will help you predict the best day to have loveual intercourse. Here's an overview of the stages of cervical mucus following your period (menstruation): Stage I: Mucus is sticky or gummy (lasts 2-3 days) Stage II: Mucus is creamy, milky (lasts 2-4 days). This is the start of your fertile period. Stage III: Egg white cervical fluid (lasts 1-5 days). This is when you are most likely to conceive. Stage IV: Mucus is dry or sticky. This is your infertile period. 4.To further increase your chances of pregnancy, elevate your hips after loveual intercourse (e.g., by putting a pillow under your hips) and stay there for at least 30 minutes. You should also limit your caffeine intake and stop smoking to increase your cervical mucus

Krish g answer on 29 May '12 at 17:57

If you're extremely tuned in to your body's rhythms, you may begin to suspect you're pregnant soon after conception. But mOSt women won't experience any early pregnancy symptoms until the fertilised egg attaches itself to the uterine wall, several days after conception. Others may notice no signs of pregnancy for weeks and begin to wonder "Am I pregnant?" only when they miss a period. Below is a list of some of the first signs of impending motherhood. You may experience all, some, or none of these symptoms of pregnancy: 1. Food cravings. Yes, it's a clich? but food cravings sometimes can be a sign of pregnancy. Don't rely on them as a sure symptom (it may be all in your head, or even a sign that your body is low on a particular nutrient), but if cravings are accompanied by some of the other symptoms on this list, start counting the days from your last period. 2. Darkening of your areolas. If the skin around your nipples gets darker, you may have successfully conceived, though this may also signal a hormonal imbalance unrelated to pregnancy or be a leftover effect from a previous pregnancy. 3. Implantation bleeding or cramping. About eight days after ovulation, you may experience implantation spotting, a slight staining of a pink or brown colour, as well as some cramping. This is caused by the egg burrowing into the endometrial lining. You might also see some spotting around the time you expect your period. 4. Frequent urination. Once the embryo implants and begins producing the hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), you may find yourself going to the bathroom more often. 5. Fatigue. Feeling tired? No, make that exhausted. High levels of the hormone progesterone can make you feel as if you've run a marathon when all you've done is put in a day at the office. Fatigue is a hallmark of early pregnancy, though probably not a surefire symptom on its own. 6. Tender, swollen breasts. If you're pregnant, your breasts will probably become increasingly tender to the touch, similar to the way they feel before your period, only more so. Once your body grows accustomed to the hormone surge, the pain will subside. 7. Altered sense of taste. You may notice that your sense of taste changes. Some women say they have a metallic taste in their mouth, others that they cannot stand the taste of coffee, tea, or a food they usually like. 8. Morning sickness. If you're lucky, morning sickness won't hit you until a few weeks after conception. (A lucky few escape it altogether.) But as early as a couple of days following conception, you may begin feeling nauseated and queasy. And not just in the morning, either -- pregnancy-related nausea can be a problem morning, noon, or night. 9. A missed period. If you're usually pretty regular and your period is late, it's worth trying a pregnancy test. A missed period is the surest sign of pregnancy in a woman of childbearing age who usually has regular periods. And finally... 10. A positive home pregnancy test. If you've waited to test until at least the first day of a missed period and a blue line appears in the test window, you're most likely to be in the family way. Make an appointment with your doctor to confirm the good news, and head on over to our pregnancy area. Congratulations!