Its hard to say if you are or aren't pregnant. It is definitely a possibility but can also be a number of other things including; medications, stress, etc. Go buy a pregnancy test and find out for sure. I would also recommend you setting up a doctor's appointment.
you last period may have not been your "period" it could have been implantation bleeding, which occurs about 3-4 weeks after conception (or 5-6 weeks after first missed period). alot of women can confuse this with their period so i would say its possible that you could be about 2.5 months pregnant - almost in your second trimester! but you may just be 4-6 weeks pregnant too; the first ultra sound will give the doctor a better indication.
Around 4 weeks gestation but an ultrasound scan would tell you for sure. It does sound as though you had a very early miscarriage (at the time of your period) then got pregnant the next month. Good luck
that sound like your pregnant other than it depends in your age if your going threw menopause....
You're pregnant by the sound of it.
Because you can tell the gender of the baby
i'm not sure
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I'm not sure what it means to use a MAP 4 times in a row, but I can with all certainty say that if you had your period (and know it was not just spotting but a true period, as it sound because it lasted 5 days) then that would mean you were not pregnant at that time.
Doesn't sound like it to me. Sore breasts are part of a period before and after. If you miss your next period I would suggest a test.
Spotting could be mistaken as a light period. I would suggest going to see a doctor because you could be pregnant.
My Mom had her periods while she was pregnant. She did not know that she was pregnant with me until she was 5 months along. She knew her body well enough to know when she was pregnant with her periods after that. My Mom had morning sickness off and on through out her whole pregnanies with my Sister's and Brother. My sister had her periods when she was pregnant, and she had just about every sign known to pregnanies. She was always visiting the toilet due do being sick even though she was having her periods. It is not uncomming to have a period the first month of pregnancy. Though some woman's bodies do not have periods at all during pregnanies. Though people say taking a test is not always the answer. My sister took test while she was on her period, and pregnant and it said that she was not pregnant. Though my Mom and Sister knew that she was. The doctors thought that my sister was nuts until she took a pregnany test and it came out saying that she was pregnant and she missed her period, and when they did a scan on her, they could not believe how far along she was... If you are worried, wait a month, and if you still get your period and you are having signs of pregnany, I would go to the doctor and have them do a blood test, and if that comes out saying that you are not, you may want to get a ultra-sound done...
It does not really sound like you are pregnant but maybe you should take a test just to make sure.Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include missed period, tender/swollen breasts, change in color of the breasts, fatigue, nausea/vomiting, increased sense of smell, and weight gain. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/