Consider that your flow will vary from month to month, without your being pregnant. The ovaries tend to alternate from month to month, and that creates a slightly different hormonal situation. You should call your Dr. and ask if you are concerned.
They don't have a period hun. They experience vaginal bleeding which is known as implantation bleeding. A pregnant Woman will not experience a normal, heavy flow period.
NO, you should not lift heavy things while pregnant.
No, once you become pregnant you no longer have your period. It is normal for your period to occasionally be shorter, longer, heavy flow, low flow etc as there are many health factors including stress that can impact your normal cycle.
If your period is heavy then it's unlikely that you're pregnant
If it was heavy, then no, it's unlikely that you're pregnant
No you are definitely not pregnant. You will not have a heavy period and be pregnant.
You should not lift heavy things when you are pregnant.
Yes it wont be as messy as pads but if its very heavy use back up pads or pantyliner while using tampons (try heavy flow tampons so it wont leak with your heavy flow)
Not if it was your normal heavy to light flow, if it was light flow less than 2 pads total then buy a urine test. good luck joymaker rn