Out Of Spots And Late Menstruation, Is It Pregnant?
… I’ve been quitting kb a year … r nPlans want to add a baby but I have. This week I had spots and pain like an obstacle … usually the previous month my obstruction was smooth …
Hello Anabelle, thank you for your question
One of the goals of contraception is to provide distance between pregnancies, especially for couples who already have children. There are several options that can be used to achieve this goal, such as an IUD, birth control injections, birth control pills, or implants / implants. You need to know, each type of contraception has advantages and disadvantages. One thing to consider when using contraception is the time it takes for fertility to return. Some types of contraception, such as the 3 month contraceptive injection, require around 3-6 months, even up to 1 year, to regain fertility.
Regarding your question above, bleeding spots or spots have generally been experienced by every woman. This condition can indeed be a sign of the beginning of pregnancy, which is when the fertilization results are attached to the uterine wall. However, several other causes can also cause similar complaints, for example just before menstruation or signs of ovulation (the release of an egg from the ovary), especially if you experience fatigue, stress, or sudden weight changes.
If you have experienced a delay in menstruation and then spots occur, there's nothing wrong with ensuring pregnancy or not. You can do self-check with testpack. A positive result should be confirmed by an ultrasound examination by an obstetrician, while a negative result is confirmed by a repeat examination 1 week later.
Please also read how to get pregnant quickly
Hope this information is useful