Yes. It is possible to have a period even if you are pregnant. Some signs of pregnancy are spotting and lack of/irregular menstrual cycles.
if you have your period can you still be pregnant
Women don't actually have periods while they are pregnant. Women often exprerience irregular bleeding and/or spotting during pregnancy which may make women think they are having a period when they really are not.
some women mistake bleeding from the baby, as a irregular period whom do not know they are pregnant. And there are symptoms such as vomit, irregular bleeding, low self esteem, and much much more.
Women is the irregular plural of woman.
Yes. Some women have very irregular periods. If you suspect you are pregnant, you should take a home pregnancy test just to be sure.
Mirena may cause absent periods or irregular bleeding, which are symptoms that pregnant women experience. Otherwise, it does not make your body "act pregnant."
You'd get a woman with an irregular period pregnant the same way as any other women, an irregular period means she isn't ovulating regularly but this doesn't mean she can't get pregnant. She can use Fertility Awareness Method to determine when she is fertile and use treatments to help regulate the menstrual cycle to aid in conception.
it may cause menstrual changes (e.g., delayed/irregular/absent periods)
Most common reason for difficulties conceiving is an irregular cycle.