Periods while Pregnant

Can you be 6 weeks pregnant and still get your regular period?


Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2011-02-24 04:07:34
2011-02-24 04:07:34

It won't be a "period" but bleeding.

If it's lighter than normal it's perfectly fine and normal for about 1/9 women. At six weeks or less your body may not have enough hormonal changes to stop bleeding every month.

if this happens to you, contact your doctor and have a chat about it.

User Avatar

Related Questions

Yes, you can still be pregnant. Because i had sexual intercourse, 5 weeks ago and my period didnt come for 5 weeks! i got a bit worried.

If you had a normal period, even 2 weeks late - most likely you are not pregnant.

== == * 99.5% of the time having a period means you are not pregnant. * Because you had a normal period then its very unlikely you are pregnant.

No once you are pregnant you dont have your period because all your extra blood goes to your baby.

No. It can take 8 or more weeks to get your period back after a miscarriage.

No, I don't think so. But you can still check with your doctor.

It's possible. Some women have experienced a "first" period then learns a couple of weeks later that they really are pregnant.

Hello. Yes you can still be pregnant. A early period could be from implantation bleeding but it is difficult to say with certainity. Best thing to do is wait two weeks and do a pregnancy test.

Two weeks after you have your period is typically the most likely time to become pregnant.

Most likely, no. Very rarely do women have their period of they are pregnant. If you do not have your period when it would usually come, or within two weeks afterwards, there is a chance of pregnancy. If you have the other signs of pregnancy but you are on your period, it would still be smart to take a pregnancy test.

Yes, some people still have light periods when pregnant. Get a test.

Unless you got pregnant during your last cycle these are not symptoms of pregnancy as you get pregnant 2 weeks before your period.

no you are not on your period when you get pregnant

You ovulate two weeks before menstruation - thus the soonest you'd skip a period is that first period, two weeks after you get pregnant.

Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.