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If you get a period while pregnant how does it differ from your regular menses?

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2009-07-17 06:00:07
2009-07-17 06:00:07

It differs from your regular menses in that it isn't your period at all. You cannot have a period and be pregnant at the same time by the very biological definition and function of the two.

Think about it.

Any bleeding you experience during a pregnancy is referred to as "vaginal bleeding" and it is caused by something other than your period.

Visit the related question below for a lot more information on this very topic as well as possible causes and what you should do about it.

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