Periods while Pregnant
Periods and Conception

Could you be pregnant if your period only lasted two days and after that you were spotting brown blood and you feel sick to your stomach and bloated?

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2007-02-03 22:10:17
2007-02-03 22:10:17

Yes you could definitely be pregnant. See your doctor for a blood test.

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I have had my monthly period and that lasted 6 days instead of 7 days and started spotting 2weeks after does this mean Iam pregnant?


not unless you had sex during the time that you had your period and wen you started spotting. you can get pregnant anytime you have sex. It also could just be symptoms of PMS


Some women experience irregular periods, but if there is a chance you are pregnant, your "period" could actually be spotting.


When I got pregnant, I had a fluttering sensation in my lower abdomen that lasted a few seconds. That's how I knew I was pregnant! So the answer is yes!


no,its not normal,dont panic and go to a doctor.maybe u lifted something heavy.



If you are pregnant and bleeding red call your doctor ASAP. If you recently had sex it could just be from a sensitive cervix. When i was pregnant and spotting my docs office told me no sex and I was on bed rest for 7 days after the spotting ended.




It's very unlikely that you got pregnant then cos when you are on your period, or its within 7 days of having it the egg usually hasn't been released yet


If this was unusual for you it is possible that you are pregnant, but unlikely. An inplanttation bleed is usually only spotting. However if you 'feel' pregnant take a test.


Yes. It is possible to bleed, light or heavy and be pregnant. I had light spotting and some bleeding for the first three months of my pregnancy. You need to see a doctor to be evaluated soon.


Hi! When I was 16 weeks pregnant with my daughter, I had mild spotting and cramping that lasted about 10 hours. I went to the hospital and after an emergency ultrasound and blood work, they told me everything was fine. Apparently it's normal to have mild spotting & mild cramps from time to time during a pregnancy. I hope that answers your question and wish you the best of luck with the rest of your pregnancy!!!


I'm going through the exact same thing right now. My husband and I are trying and about 5 days before my period was due I started spotting (at night only) and it lasted for 2-3 days.. not sure what to think. I'm hoping that there still may be some slight chance it was implantation and that I might be pregnant. Good luck to you.


There is a possibility that you may be pregnant. The spotting that you are experiencing is what they call implantation bleeding, which is when the egg attaches itself to the walls of the uterus. If you have a missed period I would definite advise you to take a pregnancy test. Good luck!!




You could be, and the one day period could actually be spotting which is common in early pregnancy. Do yourself (and the possible baby) a favor and get a pregnancy test.


It really depends on the person but i would say you very well could be pregnant. It is possible that you conceived but then had a very early miscarriage. It is thought that this happens to about 40% of conceptions so you are not alone. If you think you may be pregnant take a test.


No. As long as it's more than just an incident or two of spotting, she is not pregnant. It is not possible to get your period while pregnant. Actually, some women do experience a period while pregnant. * http://www.thelaboroflove.com/articles/can-you-have-your-menstrual-period-while-pregnant/ *


You should go to the doctor and have some test done Call Your GYN if you don t have one look in the yellow pages for clinics in your area


no i dont think that you would be pregnant, it mite have just been a misshap especially if your on the pill as when your on the pill 9 times out of 10 you sometimes get spotting






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