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If you get you're full period on time twice can you still be pregnant?

If you get you're full period on time twice can you still be pregnant?

Unlikely, but yes: It's possible to have bleeding when you're pregnant, but it's very unlikely. When you're period comes on time, it's typically a sign that you're not pregnant. If you're worried, however, consider taking a pregnancy test, that will give you your answer. ...Read more

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If you get your full period twice after "messing around" is it possible to still be pregnant ?

Yes: If by messing around you mean sex, then yes. Bleeding can be from your cervix, which engorges with blood during pregnancy. If you dont want to be pregnant, then see a doc for contraceptive. But, if you are having regular monthly periods, then you are probably not pregnant yet. ...Read more

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I've gotten my period 2 times on time and full length, the last one came early but was a full 4 days, is there anyway* way to still be pregnant?

I've gotten my period 2 times on time and full length, the last one came early but was a full 4 days, is there anyway* way to still be pregnant?

Take the test: If you want to know if you are pregnant, take a test. In today's world you do not need to wonder if you are pregnant or not based on symptoms. Pregnancy tests are available at any pharmacy and in minutes you will have your answer. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. ...Read more

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I've heard of the possibility of a woman that receives what is apparently her full period but could still be pregnant. Not just spotting. Is this true?

I've heard of the possibility of a woman that receives what is apparently her full period but could still be pregnant. Not just spotting. Is this true?

Yes: This is a rare situation, and puts both the patient and doctor in some distress. We never like bleeding during pregnancy. I have had one pt who bled for the first six months of her pregnancy. Drove us both crazy. ...Read more

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Can I get pregnant when my uteris is full of cysts an still have a period?

Can I get pregnant when my uteris is full of cysts an still have a period?

Not sure: You need to have your uterine diagnosis clarified. We usually do not describe 'cysts' in the uterus. You need a specific diagnosis of fibroids or polyps. A sonohysterogram might best define your diagnosis and your treatment plan. You still can have periods with either diagnosis. Polyps are easily removed. Fibroids, depending on their location & size may be a more significant surgery. ...Read more

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Had protected sex nov 10 and a full , heavy 7 day period weeks later . Lai also have an irregular period . Could i still be pregnant?

Had protected sex nov 10 and a full , heavy 7 day period weeks later . Lai also have an irregular period . Could i still be pregnant?

Possibly: You always have to rule out pregnancy. Get a home pregnancy test. They should turn positive about the time you're a week late. If it's negative, repeat it and call your doctor. ...Read more

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Is it possible to get pregnant on BC pills and still get a period? I just got a full on 5 day long period, not just "bleeding" like some women get

Is it possible to get pregnant on BC pills and still get a period? I just got a full on 5 day long period, not just "bleeding" like some women get

Yes can get period: I am sort of confused regard the question. But normally when on Birth Control pills, ovulation (egg release) is prevented from happening. But the lining of the uterus can still grow and shed causing a bleed (menstruation). You will not get pregnant (no egg) but you will still have menstrual bleeds. Depo (Shots) can stop both ovulation (egg release) and menstruation (periods). ...Read more

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