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If you are on your period does the bleeding stop if you become pregnant?


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2015-07-16 19:19:28
2015-07-16 19:19:28

No, your period does not stop. I started my period on a Friday, had unprotected sex on Sunday & he did not withdraw, and continued my period as normal. I went to the emergency room the next month wondering what was wrong with me (the thought of being pregnant never crossed my mind) and turns out I was pregnant.


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No you are not pregnant. The best time to become pregnant is 5 to 8 days after your period (14 days before the next one)

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Normal. When you become pregnant you periods stop until after the birth.

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When you become pregnant your ovaries stop making eggs, your period is triggered by unfertilized eggs.

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The bleeding is the withdrawal bleed and is normal. This occurs when you stop taking birth control for over a few days. You can become pregnant.

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Having sex during your period will make the bleeding appear a lot lighter or stop completely. It's nearly impossible to conceive while on your period because there simply isn't an egg in your ovaries...or in the correct position to be fertilized. Your period doesn't always become lighter or just stop after sex during your period. Mine tend to become heavier and a lot more. There is also a chance of getting pregnant while on a period, but it all comes down to your menstrual cycle. Meaning your period and ovulation time can overlap making it likely that you can become pregnant while on. There is a small possibility of your period stopping if your overlap (period and ovulation) is at the start of a period. Because sperm can live up to 3-5 days the egg can be fertilized near the beginning which could cause the egg to not be released.

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