what percentage of women have a normal period for at least one month when pregnant?? Is there any research on this subject? What is the possibility of a 21 year old to not have a period for 2 months and not be pregnant?
Has this person taken a home pg test to see if they are indeed pg? That is the first step. If the test says negative, then the doctor can confirm with a bloodtest and then give a medicine to jumpstart the period.
There are a lot of reasons a person might stop getting her period, pregnancy is usually the biggest cause. Some women do get their periods when pregnant, but this is not the norm. For women that are pregnant with a period it will be lighter and shorter. They also should not get it throughout their pregnancy, only the first month or two.
My last period was in June 2, My doctor give me 10 injections to strength my ovulations. On 24 I have a period. i wonder why, the period should come in 28. Is this bleeding or period. Is there any possibilty to be pregenant or not.
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