If you are pregnant you will not have your period
Yes, if you have cramps but no menstrual flow, you can be pregnant.
yes you can. some pregnancy cramps feel like period cramps.
Either your asking will you still get cramps or are you pregnant the answer will still be yes.Because you will always get cramps except when your pregnant you'll get contractions which are kinda similar....................... and you probably had an abnormal period meaning you just didn't show and that means you will still cramp which mean you'll cramp regardless pregnant or period.
No. You cannot be pregnant if you get your period. No worries!
It is very unusual to do so.
I took 8 cytotec in 2 days but bleed little now am spotting with cramps am I still pregnant
Yes you can take a pregnancy test that is negative and still be pregnant. As far as the milky discharge, that may be an infection.
Yes you could be.
No, you cannot have periods after you are pregnant. You can have minor vaginal bleeding but it is not a full period flow.
It's very unlikely you will get pregnant on the second say after your period starts.
No you can't be pregnant and still have your period. You can have a light bleed but not a period. As for the whole negative test thing, it could be a false negative.
yes go to the doctors and have a blood test
yes you may be
Yes u can still have cramps when ur pregnant and when ur not.
Dont worry, period finally started today
yOU CAN HAVE A PERIOD AND BE PREGNANT. mY AUNT HAD A PERIOD FOR THE WHOLE 9 MONTHS.
it's possible to be pregnant with a negative pregnancy test. it can be a fault negative.
It's possible to have a period and still be pregnant
As you are waiting for your period to come, and cramps and back pain are signs of pregnancy.
Yes you can still have your period and be pregnant. I have about 3 friends who told mi they had there periods for 5 months straight while they were pregnant n they still had cramp's. So the answer to that is yes best thing to do is go see a doctor asap.
If you have a period, you are not pregnant - although you can still become pregnant, soon afterwards, if you are still having sex.
Yes, when I was pregnant with my first child, I had cramps for about 3 days before my missed period and 2 days after. I was told that it is normal but I would still get it checked out after the day of your missed period.