Yes, you can have your period when you are pregnant. Matter of fact it runs in my family. My mom did not know that she was pregnant with me until she was 5 months along, and her tummy was starting to stick out. She had normal periods, they just lasted the 4 days instead of 5. She had no signs at all. My Mom had at least 2 to 3 periods with my Sister's and Brother, before she found out that she was pregnant. My sister has her period for up to 3 to 4 months as well. There was a friend of my Sister that did not know that she was pregnant until she was 8 months along, and she had her periods every month on time for the same about of time. She did not show either. But the best thing to do is wait for a few months and see what happends. If you start to get other signs, then it might be a good idea to go and see the doctor.
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