you are not supposed to have a period if you are pregnant.
if your first period was normal and then your next period was not normal for you then you could have got pregnant between the months
could you be pregnant if you period was short and light
Yes, cramping when you miss your first period is normal.
could i be pregnant if i had a miscarriage and my first period had blood spot for about five days?
When in doubt, take a pregnancy test. Usually the first sign of pregnancy is a missed period and sore breasts.
If you have never had a period in your life, you cannot get pregnant. Yes you can get pregnant even if you have not ever had a period. The reason is it could be the first time you have ovulated and then your first period would have come.
Yes, you can! Ok, then how soon can you test for pregnancy with the home test?
No, it is not. But your young female may.
Your first clue... would be the absence of your normal (expected) period.
Doctors used to believe you could, but an article publishing in "PARENTING" recently stated that you cannot have a period and be pregnant, although spotting is normal in the first few months.
If you have your period, you are not pregnant. If you are one of the "one in a million" women who experience bleeding like a normal period in your first trimester, the hpt would show up positive by the time you have had your period. So if you have had your period and still have a -ve hpt, then you are definitely not pregnant. It is not "one in a million" women that have a normal-like period while pregnant. i have heard from a LOT of women who have had them. one woman i know had a period every month for 4 months and was pregnant. do not listen to the answer above this! that is not true. if you think you could be pregnant, but your HPT says negative, either wait a week, or go to your OBGYN. :)
YES, CONSIDERING THIS IS HOW MOST PEOPLE KNOW THEY ARE PREGNANT.
yes, I had 3 periods while i was first pregnant
Hello - No it is not normal to have your period but it is normal to experience light brown bleedig during the first month. This is simply old blood being flushed out of your system.
You can't have your period while being pregnant. However, you can have vaginal bleeding frequently during your first trimester.
Showing signs? Meaning cramping? or spotting? Was the first period normal? If you had unprotected sex than yes you "could" be pregnant. Stress from thinking your pregnant can also bring such symptoms.
Neither, about a week after your period ends is normal.
No, if you think you are pregnant but your having your period then you are not pregnant. if your by the age of 50, it could be menopouse, or if your period is irregular, you could of just skipped, but... if that happened, beware of next month. answer.... a woman can have her period when she first gets pregnant....after getting pregnant she can have her expected period the next month, so just cuz u have ur period does not mean ur not pregnant, it will be light and spotted or last just a few days though...
If you have a period while your pregnant, this may be a sign of something else going on. If your eight months pregnant, it's probably early labor. If your in your first trimester of pregnancy, then there's something else going on and you need to get to the doctor immediately.
It is normal for some females to still have a period during the first trimester of their pregnancy. If you think you may be pregnant get tested. It is as simple as peeing into a cup.
No, if its just spotting ( little bits of your period) then yes... but if its your full period, cheack a docter to see if you miscarried or if your even pregnant.
yea that's normal for the first three months sweetheart
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It is possible to get pregnant even though you haven't had your first period yet. Your very first period flushes the lining of your uterus and that lining may or may not contain a viable egg. If it did happen to include a viable egg, then for some period of time prior to your first period, sperm could fertilize the egg and you could become pregnant.