It is possible, but highly unlikely. You may see spotting in early pregnancy, but that usually does not start until the day your missed period is due or thereabouts (at least that is what I have been reading).
I had a period "on time" during early pregnancy, although it only lasted for 1 day and was very light. I also didn't get symptoms right away, except for an increase in discharge. Actually, a couple of weeks after that period, I had "fertile" discharge (the kind you have during ovulation) about that time I had symptoms starting and had a positive pregnancy test. If you had a "period" a week after your suspected conception though, it was most likely implantation bleeding and not an actual period. It would have been really light, most likely.
Everyone is different. I had very heavy bleeding on the day my menstrual cycle was due with both of my pregnancies. The doctors don't seem to believe that its possible, and they considered it implantation bleeding but implantation bleeding is suppose to be much lighter. I normally have heavy periods and in all honesty when I'm pregnant it's worse. The first period is heavy soaking thru a pad every hour or two as well as passing large clots. My pregnancy tests always show up negative until I'm about 12 weeks. I don't have unprotected sex much so with my last pregnancy I was paying close attention to my body and made sure I marked everything down, thinking if I was pregnant maybe this time around I will miss a period but I was wrong. After my periods vanish that's when the pregnancy test actually shows positive but I have all the symptoms from nausea, to enlarged breast, to fatigue, it's a little weird. At one point I went to the hospital and they gave me a shot for STDs and sent me home, they didnt even bother to do an ultrasound, they figured since I was a young adult admitting to sexual activity and complaining of abdominal pain that it must be an STD. Well they were wrong and I was 6 weeks pregnant at the time, but again my urine test was negative, and I had my menstruation 2 weeks prior so they were just as confused as I was.
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No, you can't get signs of pregnancy that early. In fact as it can take up to two weeks for implantation to occur it's unlikely you'd even be pregnant before the time you'd have been due to menstruate. The earliest sign of pregnancy is missed period, other symptoms don't tend to occur until around 6-8 weeks.
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