Can you be pregnant and still have periods?

No. If a woman has her NORMAL regular menstrual period, she is presumed not pregnant. If she thinks she is pregnant, then doing a urine pregnancy test the week after missing her "normal" period, the week after getting an "strange or abnormal period", or 3 weeks after having sex, should give an accurate result. The pregnancy test needs to be done correctly and read correctly.

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Can you be pregnant and still have periods? I just had my period on the 22nd and was kind of longer than usual, still feel bloated, and headaches.

Yes. I would perform a urine pregnancy test. There is a small group of women who have a period on a regular cycle despite being pregnant. This could just be a normal cycle change. Some women can have a miscarriage which is due to a blighted ovum. Read more...

Can you be pregnant and still have your periods? As there are many cases mentioned on some websites, Is it possible to have regular 28 day cycle (lasting 4 days)? I had sex 4 months ago and having periods but now gaining alot of weight, Can I be Preg?

Periods or pregnancy. In the real world (not the world wide web), if a woman has her normal regular menstrual period, she is presumed not pregnant. If she thinks she is pregnant, then doing a urine pregnancy test the week after missing her normal period, the week after starting a "weird period", or 3 weeks after having sex, should give an accurate result. Having normal regular periods means NOT pregnant. Read more...