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Im confused. So can you get a period and still be pregnant?

Im confused. So can you get a period and still be pregnant?

Yes: 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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Can you get your period and still be pregnant?

See below: 30% of pregnant women experience implantation bleeding at about the time they would expect their period. They mistake this bleeding as their period, when in fact, it isn't. ...Read more

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I am wondering about can't or can you get your period and still be pregnant?

I am wondering about can't or can you get your period and still be pregnant?

It's possible: Up to 30% of women have bleeding at the time of their period when they're pregnant. This can be due to implantation bleeding. ...Read more

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Gyno can you get period and still be pregnant?

Its confusing: 30% of pregnant women will bleed at the time of their expected period because of implantation bleeding. This gives them the impression that they are having their period, when they are, in fact, pregnant. ...Read more

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Can i get a period and still be pregnant?

Can i get a period and still be pregnant?

See below: Pregnancy is always a possibility. Purchase a home pregnancy test. They usually become positive about the time you'd be 1 week late. If it's negative then, repeat in 1 week. ...Read more

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Can someone get there period and still be pregnant ?

Can someone get there period and still be pregnant ?

Not entirely: Often women spot a little with implantation and the growth of the baby early on, mimicing a period. However, actual periods are stopped during pregnancy as the hormones released by the developing baby stop ovulation. ...Read more