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Do you still get your period when your pregnant ?

Do you still get your period when your pregnant ?

Nope.: Another benefit of pregnancy is the absence of menstrual bleeding and its physical/emotional symptoms for about a year (amenorrhea persists during lactation postpartum, although repeat pregnancy can occur!). ...Read more

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Tell me do you still have your period when your pregnant?

No, but 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 confused about can you still get your period when your pregnant?

See below: It's the other way around. You're pregnant and you don't know it. Up to 30% of pregnant women will bleed at the time of their expected periods because the baby as implanted into the womb. This gives the impression of a period when it's not your real period. ...Read more

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I am confused about can you still have your period when your pregnant?

No but 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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Can you get pregnant at the beginning of your period ?

Can you get pregnant at the beginning of your period ?

Highly unlikely: Pregnancy occurs when sperm comes in contact with an egg during ovulation. If you assume a regular 28-day cycle, ovulation is likely to occur during day 13/14. ...Read more

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Hi I just want to know can you get pregnant 12 days before your period?

Hi I just want to know can you get pregnant 12 days before your period?

Yes: Depending on the regularity of your menstrual cycle (not to rely upon to avoid pregnancy), most women ovulate on about day 10-11. For many women, esp. during transition or stress, the cycle can reset unpredictably. So if day 1 is the first show of your menses and days 10-12 are the most "fertile" days of the month, the possibility of becoming pregnant "12 days before" is real. ...Read more

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Is it possible to get pregnant a day or two before your period?

Is it possible to get pregnant a day or two before your period?

Yes: You can only get pregnant when you are ovulating, which is normally in the middle of your cycle (usually day 14 of a 28 day cycle). However, some people ovulate at different times. Men's sperm can remain active for up to 2-3 days. With so many variations and irregularities, it is safe to assume that you could get pregnant anytime you have unprotected intercourse. ...Read more

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Can you get pregnant if you havnt gotten your period?

Yes: If you are married and do not want to have a new or second or third around then you better stay protected. If you are not married then hopefully it doesnt matter. ...Read more

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Menstrual period is also known as Menses. Menstrual period is a medical term for the monthly bleeding ...Read more


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