Periods while Pregnant

Can you have cramps before you have implantation bleeding and always have this bleeding?


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2011-09-12 15:22:29
2011-09-12 15:22:29

Hi! I had very light bleeding in Dec/2003 and it didnt last long(about4-5 dys)...In Nov/2003 I had a regular period(7 days and it was heavy). I found out in Feb/2004 that I was pregnant. The doctor based my due date on my last period(he said Dec/2003,and so did I) But I actually conceived in Nov/2003 because Im 4wks ahead of time for the babys size etc...I don't think all women get implantation bleeding. This is my fourth pregnancy and with my others I never got it. That's why I didnt know about it. Its normal tho,so don't worry...


Hi! I had Implantation bleeding on the 2nd May and then got my period 2 weeks later which had no cramps which was unusual. Then the next 3 months I've been get regular periods . Its now September and my period was 1 day late which my periods are never 1 day late. Has any1 had a period while pregnant? I don't think I'm pregnant because I'm still having a period but when i sit down my belly gets rounder every time. I did have pregnancy symptoms before I had Implantation bleeding I felt like I had been on too many rides which i had to put a bin next to my bed because I really really sick, tired, headaches. Then in July I felt sick, headaches, weird belly pains, going to the toilet more often, bloated, tired and that. Now its September I am tired, headaches, bloated and tired. Its really really strange I had Implantation bleeding but I got my period so not everyone gets pregnant do they then



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Most women don't cramp or bleed from implantation but it's always possible. It's also possible to have cramps with no bleeding.

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Yes, you can get implantation bleeding and cramps if you get pregnant.This may occur two weeks after you believed you were due to start your period.

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The symptoms of implantation bleeding are implantation cramps: small cramps inside the uterus, implantation spotting or bleeding: short brief spotting (a couple of drops of light or dark blood), a second temperature shift on the temperature curve, and a temperature dip at about seven to ten days after ovulation.

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I'd say no. Implantation bleeding is scant to light. Heavy bleeding and cramping sound like a period to me.

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