Some women do experience bleeding during ovulation but if this is unusual for you then it may be implantation bleeding or caused by a infection.
it comes during ovulation
No, it is not possible to have a menstrual cycle if you are pregnant. It is common to have bleeding during your first trimester and about 30% of women have bleeding during second trimester. This bleeding is not a menstrual cycle, it is most often attributed to decidual bleeding, that is when your hormones get so out of whack that parts of the uterus lining come off, this causes bleeding. This is exceedingly common during the first trimester.
With ovulation, it can happen any time during a woman's monthly cycle. Some woman ovulate in between periods some woman ovulate during their period. With this being said, ovulation tests can also come out as positive when the tested is pregnant. Bleeding can happen during pregnancy such as implantation bleeding as well as bleeding caused by hormones throughout pregnancy. Some women will bleed only during the first, second, or third trimester while others will bleed throughout the whole pregnancy. Try taking a pregnancy test. If positive contact your doctor to ensure the pregnancy is vital, and if negative then try doing ovulation tests for another month or two to see if the time frame changes. You could just happen to be one of the women who ovulalte directly before or during your period!
A pregnancy test MAY show positive from about 10 days after ovulation. But the period may still come. I am not sure what the first answer means.
They come back out just like they did before. When she had a uterus they didn't stay there either. The uterus was a dead end.
It is biologically impossible to menstruate while pregnant - however it is possible to experience vaginal bleeding during pregnancy, which you might mistake for menstruation. It is biologically impossible to get pregnant during menstruation - however it is possible to get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation as given the right environment sperm can survive in the vagina for up to 7 days, by which time you may ovulate. You may mistake ovulation bleeding for menstruation.
No - it's biologically impossible to menstruate while you are pregnant as the body prevents ovulation and prevents the break-down in uterus lining as it is needed to supprot the foetus.
No. When you get a period, it literally flushes the uterus. However, vaginal bleeding occurs during the first trimester in 20-30% of pregnancies. The key difference is that during menstruation (a period), the lining of the uterus is expelled and vaginal bleeding occurs when the vagina (the canal leading up to the uterus) bleeds. While it is normal for this to occur during the first trimester of 20-30% of pregnancies, doctors still recommend that you come in to see them to be certain there are not other problems. Plus, your symptoms may not indicate pregnancy and could instead be the result of something a doctor should diagnose.
The uterus does not come out. However, the placenta does (following the same path the baby did).
I would wait for a normal period to come after miscarriage bleeding you can add 14 days to the first day of the period this is the time most women ovulate.
No babies come from the Uterus, the uterus holds the baby and swells- so it looks like the stomach is getting bigger but actually it is the uterus.