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.
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.
Yes, Menstruation can also occur while pregnant, unless if she has menstruation disabilities.
No women fail to menstruate. It comes naturally.
i had mines while i was pregnant last year but i dont know if it could happen to anybody else
No you cannot. When you are pregnant your menstrual cycle is stopped until after birth
Women do not menstruate while pregnant. If you are certain you are pregnant, and begin bleeding, you should see a doctor immediately.
If you were pregnant then you wouldn't menstruate at all. Menstruation only occurs if there is no pregnancy, if you menstruate you're not pregnant.
No, not every female gets her period. If talking exclusively of those who are biologically female there are those who don't have the anatomy to menstruate or their bodies don't produce the hormones needed to have a menstrual cycle. Pre-pubescent girls don't menstruate and women past menopause don't menstruate, also women who are pregnant won't menstruate during pregnancy (sometimes for longer if they breastfeed), and women who have a hysterectomy to remove the uterus.
If you're pregnant then you wouldn't menstruate - women can bleed while pregnant but not menstruate, thus if bleeding occurs when your period is due and behaves like a person chances are that it is a period. If concerned then take a pregnancy test.
It is biologically impossible to menstruate if you were pregnant.
It's biologically impossible to menstruate while you're pregnant - women can bleed vaginally during pregnancy for a number of reasons, but cannot menstruate. If you are pregnant and you see bleeding you should consult your doctor immediately as it may be a sign of potential miscarriage or problems with implantation or hormone levels.
Not true,it can't prevent woman from getting pregnant
No, transwomen do not have uteruses or ovaries. Transwomen cannot menstruate or bear children.
They had peasant women menstruate for them!
If a girl thinks she is pregnant that doesn't mean that she is pregnant. A woman cannot menstruate while she is pregnant, thus if she menstruates she obviously isn't pregnant even if she thinks otherwise - although women can bleed during pregnancy this is uncommon, and not menstruation.
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.
Getting pregnant is related to ovulation. Because a girl can ovulate before having her first period, it is possible to become pregnant before beginning to menstruate. Any time a girl has sex,she can potentially get pregnant.
No, it is biologically impossible to menstruate while you are pregnant.Women can bleed during pregnancy, but not menstruate as this is a specific function as part of the menstrual cycle - the menstrual cycle stops while you're pregnant. Bleeding during pregnancy can be due to a wide range of things, if a woman does experience bleeding during pregnancy she should talk to her doctor or seek emergency medical care via the ER.If you think you could be pregnant then take a pregnancy test.