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If You Get Pregnant A Week Before Your Period Will You Still Have A 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.
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NO: If you have a normal period you are not PGSee 1 more doctor answer
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?
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.
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.
Had unprotected sex 4 days before my period. I am irregular. Can I still get pregnant? A week before my period I get white stretchy mucus.
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.
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.
If I get pregnant 2 weeks before my period, would it be possible to still have a period, even if it was heavier than normal?
Yes: In general a heavy period is not consistent with pregnancy. A chemical pregnancy is when an egg is fertilized but does not implant and the period is usually a little delayed and heavy. The pregnancy dissolves. Subchorionic hemorrhage is another scenario where a patient can be pregnant and have heavy bleeding.
Is it possible to have unprotected sex a week before your period, and have your period, but still get pregnant?
If I had sex 5 days ago, and was on BC but took it really late that day and it was a week before my period can I get pregnant and still have a period?
Bleeding; not period: Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy which is relatively common may resemble a "period" but it is not considered "a menstrual period". Taking your "BC really late that day" is not likely to put you at risk for pregnancy if you had been taking your pills regularly. To be safer, check you blood betaHCG pregnancy test ;if it is negative, ask a Gyn for what's most effective: an IUD or a subdermal implantSee 2 more doctor answers
Period, no, bleeding: Yes. Light period like bleeding is a common symptom of pregnancy, however, it should stop fairly quickly. I suggest seeing your doctor to get evaluated if you're pregnant and spotting.
For the last two months I been having a period every two weeks....Could I be pregnant or is it still possible for me to get pregnant?
Yes to both.: Irregular menstrual vaginal bleeding should be easily distinguishable from an early pregnancy with threatened abortion by a home urine pregnancy test. Irregular menses decrease fertility but you can still get pregnant if unprotected vaginal intercourse takes place. Please take Folic Acid 1 mg daily and consult with your gynecologist. Best of luck!
No: You will not have a period when you are pregnant. However, you might have some bleeding even after conceiving. 1 in 3 women will have implantation bleeding that can occur anytime in the first few weeks or months of a normal pregnancy.
Yes: IUDs are very reliable but no method of contraception is 100% effective. The progestin containing IUDs like Mirena (levonorgestrel) and Skyla can cause you to miss periods as can many things other than pregnancy but, if your period is late, do a pregnancy test and, if it is negative and your period still hasn't started, repeat it in 3-5 days to know for sure. Hope this helps.
If you had sex and your period is due the nect week would u miss it if your pregnant or still get it?
Can you get pregnant 2 weeks before your period and still see a regular period? You said yes. But when you are pregnant you can not see period.
Not until later: A woman who gets pregnant can see her regular period about a month or more later if she miscarries very early in her pregnancy (of course, she would no longer be pregnant at the time of seeing her regular period). Otherwise, she won't see her period until about 1-2 months after she finishes her pregnancy.
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