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Answered 2010-01-19 20:05:48

If you got your period, you're not pregnant

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Normally, if you have a period, that means you are not pregnant. Of course there can be exceptions, and in the case of doubts, you might ask your doctor.


Take a pregnancy test, if you feel that you might be pregnant, it will give you your answer and put you at ease.


Please see your doctor. always wash your underwears & dry it under sun light!!!!!!!


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




It doesn't always get hard until a few weeks later when the baby's a bit bigger


if you are 23 weeks pregnant , then go back 4 weeks later you should be 27 weeks pregnant. Almost 7 months.




It is most likely that this is ovulation bleeding which generally occurs 2 weeks after period ended. However, if there is a chance that you could be pregnant, take a test if you miss your period


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


yes you could be! the spotting could have been implantation bleeding. see if you get your period next month and take a test!


no you are not on your period when you get pregnant


Maybe its cause your period is changing cycles. it might come later like it usually does



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



you really can't get pregnant during your period. Your period happens because you didn't get pregnant. Ovulation is when you get pregnant and it happens about two weeks after your period ends.



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