Periods while Pregnant
Periods and Conception

Could you be pregnant if your period came 8 days late and the next month it was 6 days late?

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2015-07-15 18:35:23
2015-07-15 18:35:23

If you are having a period, you aren't pregnant. I was late two months in a row for no reason, I wasn't pregnant. It just happens sometimes.

Actually it IS possible to have a period and still be pregnant. Your bleeding would not actually be the egg releasing, but a shedding of your uterine lining, and you could still be pregnant. I asked my OBGYN this and she said it was possible to bleed and still be preggo.

Im 19yrs old and my mom had her period the entire time she was pregnant with me. Probabbly wondering why there's a 19yr old guy on here arent ya? Because my ex g/f is 8 days late on her period and we had sex a week or 2 befor her period was due and now shes late.. Wanting answers!

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The arrival of your period is not a common sign of pregnancy. The most common reason to have a period at the beginning and the end of a calendar month is that the month had 31 days.

It is extremely unlikely you are pregnant if you had a normal period. Missing a period is how you suspect you are pregnant.

How do you know if your pregrant if your period came on???

Maybe. It sounds awkward in order for a person to be pregnant she would have to have her period every month and all the time. Plus there is the danger of having sex.

If you forget to take you pill there is a chance that you could be pregnant.

the "period"you thought you were having could be implantation bleed so yes you could be pregnant. just do a pregnancy test.

Yes I had my period 14th jan came off on 20th and by February 17th when i took a pregnancy test it said I was 2-3 weeks.. Iam now 3 months pregnant and I was on the pill If in doubt .. Do a test

Having a period is a good indication that you are not pregnant, if you still have concerns take a pregnancy test.

If you have had periods and have been having unprotected sex - then you certainly could be pregnant.

If you get your period I do not believe it could have been implantation bleeding. You cannot get a period when you are pregnant. Any bleeding that you could have gotten would be implantation bleeding, which isn't very common, and you would not have gotten your period afterwards. No the above answer is wrong. You CAN get your period when you are pregnant. Not just once but every month. A woman in Canada just gave birth and didn't even know she was pregnant because she had a regular period every month, had no pregnancy symptoms and because she is a larger woman, could not see her stomach grow. Therefore, YES you CAN get pregnant and still have a period.

If you had a period after you had sex, you're not pregnant. The uterus is shedding its lining, which, if you were pregnant, it would keep to nourish the embryo.

A positive test means your pregnant. If your period is red then this could be a miscarriage. Go to ER now.

no you can not If you mean he came inside of you after your period then yes you can.

i came on my period 7 days early can i be pregnant

well if you were 1.5 wks late for your period and then became pregnant the next month then when you had your period it was probly the last one you were going to have it was probly your period stopping so yes you were probly pregnant but wouldn't know it or think about it if you had you period so it was probly just the period stopping.if you are still having it, it is still normal but the blood will become more brown than red so just keep an eye on it and call a doctor if it is different than normal because that would mean something could be seriously wrong.

There may have been a pregnancy, but the fetus terminated spontaneously (miscarried). The skipped period could have been from some disease, or stress or overexertion (some female atheletes miss periods because of this.) It is unlikely "you" are pregnant. I suggest seeing a doctor, anyway. Hope this helps.


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