No, clearly it's not possible for a woman to menstruate while pregnant.Menstruation is the process of the uterus lining shedding as a result of a woman not falling pregnant. A woman can bleed during pregnancy but she will not menstruate.
No, it's biologically impossible for a woman to menstruate while she is pregnant - a woman will only menstruate if she doesn't get pregnant during the last cycle. A woman can bleed during pregnancy for various reasons but this is fairly rare, chances are if you're menstruating you're not pregnant.
Yes they can, but it's a low percentage.
Typically, a woman of childbearing age should menstruate every 28 days or so unless she is pregnant or moving into menopause.
Menstruation is the shedding of the lining of the uterus, which supports a fetus. When a woman is pregnant, she does not menstruate because she needs that lining to grow her child.
If you menstruate then you're not pregnant - it is possible to bleed while pregnant, but it is biologically impossible to menstruate while pregnant. The very earliest you can tell when you're pregnant or not is 3 weeks after you had sex, via pregnancy test.
No, it is biologically impossible to menstruate while you are pregnant.
No, it is biologically impossible for a woman to menstruate while she is pregnant - menstruation only occurs after ovulation, which is prevented while a woman is already pregnant, and uterus lining shedding would result in miscarriage. A woman can experience vaginal bleeding while pregnant for other reasons, such as implantation bleeding or hormonal changes, if any woman is pregnant and experiences vaginal bleeding she should seek immediate medical attention as it may be that she is at risk of miscarriage.
Menstruation is body getting rid of the egg. If the egg is fertilized, the woman is pregnant, the body will not get rid of it.
No, you cannot menstruate while you are pregnant. Menstruation only occurs if you don't fall pregnant.
i had mines while i was pregnant last year but i dont know if it could happen to anybody else