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Can you get pregnant a week before your period and still get your period?

Can you get pregnant a week before your period and still get your period?

NO: You will not have a period if you are pregnant. However, at least 1 out of 3 women will have spotting or bleeding during the first few weeks or months of a pregnancy. Some of them will think it is their period - but it is not. ...Read more

Dr. Chad Levitt
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Is it possible to get to get pregnant a week before your period .. And if so would you miss your period or still get it?

Is it possible to get to get pregnant a week before your period .. And if so would you miss your period or still get it?

No period if preg: If pregnant , you will not get a period. Time of ovulation can vary and is difficult to predict precisely, so it is possible to ovulate and conceive a week before your expected menses. ...Read more

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If i get pregnant a week before my period could I still have my period?

If i get pregnant a week before my period could I still have my period?

Pregnancy: Some women bleed right after they first get pregnant , which to them looks like a period. This actually is implantation bleeding and not a real period. It also could be from an ectopic or tubal pregnancy.Do a home pregnancy test to see if you are pregnant. If the bleeding is associated with severe pain be seen right away. ...Read more

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If you get pregnant a week and a half before your period, will you still not get your period?

If you get pregnant a week and a half before your period, will you still not get your period?

Correct : If you are pregnant then you do not have a period. Bleeding in pregnancy is not normal and should be evaluated. If you think your are pregnant check a pregnancy test. ...Read more

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Can you get pregnant two weeks before you have your period an still have a period?

Can you get pregnant two weeks before you have your period an still have a period?

Yes you can.: Two weeks before period is women's most fertile time . Around this time women ovulates assuming that average menstrual cycle is 28 days. Pregnancy stops the period. If you become pregnant you do not see period anymore. ...Read more

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If you got pregnant a week before your expected period was due will you still get your period when its due ?

If you got pregnant a week before your expected period was due will you still get your period when its due ?

Not exactly...: If a woman just got pregnant, her next period is due in 10-12 months, and yes, she should get her period when it is due in 10-12 months. That means her period that was due in a week or two (if she had not gotten pregnant) will not happen. That said, she may have some vaginal spotting or bleeding during pregnancy, but that is not a true menstrual period, even though it is blood from her vagina. ...Read more

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If I were to get pregnant a week or so before my period is expected, would I still have my period? Its expected sometime late next week, but I'm tryin

No: A woman does not get her period if she gets pregnant. That's because she would either have a miscarriage or deliver her baby first, and then her uterus would reset to its normal nonpregnant condition, and then she would have her period some weeks or months after that. Women who currently have menstrual periods are not pregnant, and women who are pregnant do not have menstrual periods. ...Read more

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