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How likely is it to have a full period and be pregnant?

How likely is it to have a full period and be pregnant?

Bleeding: its impossible to have a period and be pregnant; on the other hand, having bleeding while pregnant can be a serious problem. U should discuss this with ur OB ASAP, if that is the case. Good Luck ...Read more

Dr. Jeffrey Wint
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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 have friends that had a full blown period while pregnant. How is that possible and how common is it?

I have friends that had a full blown period while pregnant. How is that possible and how common is it?

Not common: What they may refer to as period, is not a true period if they are pregnant. Some may think they are pregnant, while they are not (symptoms may be present but the test is negative). While other are truly pregnant, but their bleeding is not a true period but may be implantation bleeding or some other cause. ...Read more

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My breats are sore and fuller and i missed my period could i be pregnant?

My breats are sore and fuller and i missed my period could i be pregnant?

No guessing: We do not live in a world where we use ambiguous symptoms to diagnose pregnancy. You have missed a period. I assume that means you were also sexual during ovulation without protection. Missing a period is the trigger for when it is time to get a pregnancy test. These are available at nearly every store in town. Go get a pregnancy test and end the wondering. ...Read more

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IM pregnant but getting my full period every month?

IM pregnant but getting my full period every month?

Pregnancy: and a regular period do not go hand and hand. Something else has to be going on. You need to let your OB know this is going on, a reason for this bleeding needs to be found. ...Read more

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Had period on 7th of april full 6 days and may 11th for 6 days then May 28th,29th bleed is that period. Neg test help can I be pregnant?

Had period on 7th of april full 6 days and may 11th for 6 days then May 28th,29th bleed is that period. Neg test help can I be pregnant?

No: If the pregnancy test was negative, you are not pregnant. Periods can be a little irregular on occasion. If they are very irregular, you can be cycles with birth control pills. ...Read more

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Can you pregnant right after a m/c even if you haven't had your period yet and if you can will you m/c again since there was no full cycle yet?

Can you pregnant right after a m/c even if you haven't had your period yet and if you can will you m/c again since there was no full cycle yet?

Maybe and Hope not: You may get pregnant if you ovulate after the miscarriage and have unprotected sex-getting you pregnant again. If indeed this is the case, you can hope all stays well and you may not necessarily miscarriage as at least not having a full cycle after your first would not necessarily increase your risk of another miscarriage. Best wishes. ...Read more