Yes. Some women still have regular bleeding while pregnant
No. If you are pregnant and bleeding you should contact your Dr immediately.
if the woman has normal periods and cycles no she can not get pregnant 6 days before her period cause she will not be ovulating at this time u ovulate 14 days before ur next period if you are regular if you are irregular you can ovulate and get pregnant at anytime during your cycle. if your cycle comes on and is regular normal amount of bleeding and days u are not pregnant.
Well, I would suggest going to a Doctor. But, if you became pregnant within that week, it could be probably be bleeding. !
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.
Some women have bleeding while pregnant that they think is their period, but bleeding while pregnant is NOT normal and should be evaluated by an OBYN!
Unlikely - the bleeding probably was your period
It's possible to have light bleeding even if you're pregnant. But any amount of bleeding counts as a "period" when you're using hormonal birth control.
Even in the presence of bleeding, you could still be pregnant.
if you have a regular cycle and this was a regular period same number of days and bleeding is the same as always. no u could have not gotten pregnant before July 23rd because if you were pregnant your period would not come on women with regular cycles typically ovulate 14 days before next cycle so this cuts ur period off.
No, it can't. Implantation bleeding occurs when you don't get a period, and your body is actually pregnant. You are not pregnant.
If you are pregnant, you should not be bleeding at all, apart from minor spotting. If you are bleeding, and you think you might be pregnant, you should see a doctor.
You will not have a normal flow period that lasts the right amount of days & be pregnant. This is physically impossible sweetheart. However it is possible to experience vaginal bleeding which is light in quantity that can be mistaken for a period. This bleeding is usually implantation bleeding. If you do experience implantation bleeding it will occur 8-12 days after unprotected sex & you will experience normal pregnancy symptoms.
yes you can get pregnant you can't get pregnant if your period is still bleeding
You can't have your period while being pregnant. However, you can have vaginal bleeding frequently during your first trimester.
They don't have a period hun. They experience vaginal bleeding which is known as implantation bleeding. A pregnant Woman will not experience a normal, heavy flow period.
If you have a negative test and a period you are probably not pregnant. If you are paranoid about being pregnant you may be seeing symptoms that are not really there.
you can have bleeding but typically "spotting" doesn't happen if you are pregnant. Some women however do spot when they are suppose to be getting their period, it all depends on the woman.
If you missed seven days of your pill, and you had some bleeding, your next period may not be a normal period. It may not come at the regular time, and it might not be normal amount of bleeding.
Yes, you can get pregnant even if you have your period.
You might be pregnant. Do a test
I've heard of women bleeding out of their vagina and mistaking it for a period even though she was pregnant. For example, internal bleeding. So yes, she could already be pregnant and bleeding for other reasons.
If you are bleeding while you are pregnant you may vomit. Also it may be a light pink color or spotty if pregnant.