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Is it possible to still have your period while you are pregnant? | Mom ...

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Aug 18, 2007 ... They taught us in school or should I say Child development that you can have a regular period when your pregnant, just there is no egg ...

Can I still have a period if I'm pregnant? | Mom Answers | BabyCenter

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Sep 15, 2007 ... I am having symptoms of pregnancy but I am having a period. ... its normal. i mean i had my period until i was like 6 weeks into the pregnancy.

Can you bleed heavy & still be pregnant early in ... - BabyCenter

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May 6, 2008 ... When I was pregnant with my daughter last year I bled for a whole 7 days like my normal period. I didn't know i was pregnant until i skipped a ...

Anyone still had periods but still been pregnant? - Netmums

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A colleague was on her 7th pregnancy (she did not know). She had her skirt tightening, but had a normal period every month so did not realise.

Period While Pregnant? Is it Possible? 3 Ways It Is - Life with Gremlins

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Sep 6, 2014 ... 3 Ways You Can Be Pregnant and Still Get a Period 1664 ... usual period while pregnant or even one that seems entirely normal and wouldn't ...

Normal Period During pregnancy - Pregnancy: Ages 25-34 - MedHelp

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I was curious as to if it is at all possible to have a normal period (with cramps) ... to go about this, because I am bleeding not spotting and yet I still feel pregnant.

Can You Get Your Period and Still Be Pregnant? - EnkiVillage

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You can only experience periods when you are not pregnant. .... discharge. her period was normal. but after her period she has been feeling nausea and hard to  ...

Is it possible to be pregnant and still have periods? - BabyCentre

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Our expert explains whether menstruation can continue in pregnancy, and what any bleeding may mean. ... If so, it probably won't feel like a normal period.

Can You Be Pregnant and Still Get Your Period? | New Health Guide

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Some women will experience vaginal bleeding during their pregnancy, and some even report that they appear to have bleeding that mimics a regular period.

Pregnant but didn't miss period?? Confused! - JustMommies Message ...

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There are ladies who have normal periods through part or all of their pregnancies . ... Or, you may have been pregnant and still had your period.

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Bleeding can occur often in the 1st trimester and may not be a sign of problems. Bleeding that occurs in the 2nd or 3rd trimester can be a sign of a complication. If you experience bleeding during pregnancy, call your healthcare provider right away.
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Bleeding like a regular period, but could I still be pregnant? | Mom ...

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Aug 22, 2007 ... I had all the signs of being pregnant, but just last night I got my period, and I still have it...I wasn't spotting, it just came, lightly, then heavy but ...

Am I Pregnant? - American Pregnancy Association

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Can I be pregnant and still have a period? Pregnant women can have some light irregular bleeding during pregnancy, but it should not be like a “normalperiod.

CAN YOU STILL HAVE A MENSTRAL PERIOD WHILE PREGNANT ...

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Mar 11, 2016 ... YOU CANNOT have a "period" and be pregnant, period means uterine lining is BREAKING DOWN, which should not happen in a normal ...