Periods while Pregnant
Periods and Conception

Im having slight period pains can you still be pregnant?


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2010-04-20 01:31:13
2010-04-20 01:31:13

Yes you can be pregnant, i had mild period like cramping when i fell pregnant with my 3 kids.

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If YOUR having MY period, and I'M having some pains like YOUR pregnant, then WE BOTH BETTER HAVE SOME TESTS DONE because there are some mysterious happenings going on!

The timing points to your having a period within the next few days.

This is either ovulation or a sign that your period is due. Or maybe you've pulled a muscleOr you could be pregnant and not know it. Go to the doctor and ask him why you're having the stomach pains.

No, the cramps are probably from your period or if they could be from the 'workout' you got having sex.

this would be hard to say if you are pregnant or due to start your period. as these are often signs of both. however if you are pregnant the stomach pains should not cause you to much discomfort and you should contact your doctor.

Signs of pregnancy are absent period and positive pregnancy test. Watery discharge, butterflies, and lower back pains are not signs of pregnancy.

If Youv'e had unprotected sex,yes you could be pregnant,take a pregnancy test,Or be examined by a Dr.

You are not pregnant. The pains could be caused by something you ate, etc.

yes if your having these your most likely having sex in the midst or getting ready to have a period

Hi I'm in the same situation kind of I'm having pains which are similar to period pains and I got them one night and I remembered it not the only time I got these weird usual pains just kinda like period pains a week before on and off they were. I know that girls can still get pregnant even still being on a pill I'm not on the pill. The other day though I did get pains like period pains which was a week ago and I really thought I was coming on which I didn't. It bit strange in a way cause this has never happened before usually i get pains then start my period. Some girl said it was cramps before getting period but that wasn't what I was asking I wrote as a question period pains but no period and 1 of them put cramps and the other said you get them before you start. I know all that still I haven't got my period and I had period pains.

Signs that a girl may be about to start her period are stomach pains, sore breasts, slight more discharge than usual. Also, you may feel fatigued.

I've had 3 miscarriage. I'm 3 weeks pregnant & I started spotting an having slight pains in my back and stomach.What could be some of the reason for this to keep happening? == ==

yes you can. some pregnancy cramps feel like period cramps.

If you are at 36 weeks pregnant and having sharp vaginal pains, it could be caused by the cervix dilating. This can happen days or weeks prior to actual delivery.

It's obviously not your period then see a doctor.

sometimes you may experience breast sorness, vaginal pains, stomach pains, lower back pains and few others.

yes you can. i had period pains about 12 weeks into my pregnancy. i am now 37 weeks pregnant.

Yes and this is very common. It will feel like you have your period but, instead your pregnant.

In my experience this is completely natural. You are normally only pregnant when you don't get a period. Everyone I know, including myself, gets stomach pains when they are on their period, so in my opinion there is nothing to worry about. If you do get really worried. check some health sites, etc. I don't think that you get stomach pains when you are pregnant anyway. Hope I've helped. Jarachia ~ x

Yes you will get sharp pains when you are pregnant.

This would depend on a lot of different factors, but a late period on its own does not necessarily mean you are pregnant. It is quite normal to get period pains a few days before you actually start bleeding so this is nothing to worry about either. If you have recently had unprotected sex then there is always a possibility that you are pregnant and the best way of finding this out is to take a pregnancy test. However, a late or irregular period is quite common in all women so this on its own is nothing to worry about.

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