Pregnant after 2 months dating
Besides, not all husbands are comfortable having sex with a woman who is bleeding. Girls have something called a womb – that’s why we’re called ‘woman’ – a man with a womb! Interesting fact – girls who start their periods younger tend to stop having their periods when they are older than 50. I would suggest that she buys herself a home pregnancy-test kit.
Young women having ‘casual’ sex or multiple sex partners need to be warned though that having sex during a period is very risky and should be avoided. Carries the risk of pregnancy (if she has a short cycle). Carries a huge risk of sexually transmitted infections because of the blood environment of the vagina. Her cervix (mouth of the womb) is open during her period time giving infections – bacterial, fungal or viral – an open door into her womb, tubes, pelvis and abdomen. A Sexually Transmitted Infection can become a Sexually Transmitted Disease - often FOR LIFE! Some viruses like the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) increases a woman’s risk of also getting cervical cancer and others like Chlamydia can cause infertility. While some women may need to change their pads/tampons more often (especially on the first and second day of your period) you should change 3 - 4 hourly. We have all the qualities of a man but with something extra – an organ (the size of your fist) that prepares for a baby, then s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-s with a growing baby for 9 months! Nature and modern living clash a bit here because when a young girl starts to have her periods; it means that she is preparing an egg and her womb for a pregnancy! Girls who start their period later usually stop having their period earlier – sometimes in her mid-40’s! Wrap the used pad with toilet paper or in the packet provided. Other signs of pregnancy are breasts that feel ‘fuller’, nausea in the morning, feeling emotional and needing to P more often.
Periods are every woman's dreaded time of the month.
But, they can be a source of stress if they don't show up on time.
Most women have cycle length varying from 24-35 days.
Despite such a liberal range, most women will panic even if it's just 1 day past their expected date.
Not knowing the duration of your cycle Sudden and extreme weight loss and gain will make your cycles irregular.
Being underweight will prevent the production of the adequate amount of hormones to maintain your cycles.
Hypothalamus, the controlling centre of all hormone production, stops all non-essential functions (including reproduction) to prepare the body for vital functions.Any changes outside normal will affect the hormone balance and in turn, cause delayed cycles.If you notice sudden weight gain or loss, skin changes, intolerance to heat/cold, remember that thyroid could be the cause.This can happen in athletes who consume enough calories but burn more through exercise.
Illness, surgery, training for a marathon, can mimic stress and mess with the menstrual cycle.3.
On average a woman loses 3 - 5 tablespoons of blood and tissue during her period.