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i have had my normal period but can i still be pregnant?

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Dr. Daniel Michaels
Family Medicine 34 years experience
It is possible: A true period usually eliminates the chance that you are pregnant but some pregnant women can have vaginal bleeding that looks like a period. One .example: a pelvic infection could cause bleeding while pregnant. Another would be something called "implantation bleeding" which occurs when the newly conceived embyo's placenta "takes root" and causes bleeding. You should do a pregnancy test.

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