Periods while Pregnant
Periods and Conception

Is it normal to have your menstrual cycle while pregnant?


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2005-09-04 23:41:49
2005-09-04 23:41:49

no, i highly recommend you see a doctor.


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You don't have a normal "menstrual cycle" when on Mirena, although you may have vaginal bleeding. Pregnancy with Mirena is unlikely whether or not you are bleeding.

No, you cannot have a normal period and be pregnant. But you can experience very light vaginal bleeding during early pregnancy.

YES- The reason why u can become pregnant through your menstrual cycle only if you have sex while you are bleeding.

No. There´s a old rumor that you can´t get pregnant while breastfeeding and you can. After you´ve stopped breastfeeding your period should be normal.

You dont get your period while pregnant. The blood goes to the baby.

The menstrual cycle continues up until pregnancy when the menstrual cycle is stopped so that you no longer ovulate while pregnant and the uterine lining isn't shed. The menstrual cycles also come to an end at the end of your reproductive years going into menopause.

No, it's biologically impossible to menstruate while pregnant. Menstruation is part of the menstrual cycle, a regular pattern of ovulation and the body preparing for pregnancy, or when there is no pregnancy the uterus lining shedding and the whole process starting again. Thus when pregnant the menstrual cycle is no longer carrying on, no ovulation and no menstruation.

yes because it messes your menstrual cycle up

no its not. theyre like humans, and their cycle stops when theyre preggers.

Yes, you can carry on your suppository treatment while you have your menstrual cycle. For the record menstrual cycle refers to the reproductive cycle, as long as you're ovulating/menstruating you are always going through your menstrual cycle, I think you mean menstruation.

The menstrual cycle is the shedding of the uterine lining which is not compatible with pregnancy. While some women have some harmless monthly bleeding throughout pregnancy, it is not menstruation.

Taking Orovite has absolutely nothing to do with your menstrual cycle. If your menstrual cycle is regular then it will continue to be regular while taking this.

Menstrual cycle is your reproductive cycle, if you are a healthy fertile woman then you're always on your menstrual cycle - I think that you mean during your period. Yes, you can go tanning while on your period, there's nothing that you can't do while menstruating.

Menstrual cycles will come to an end as women go through menopause. Women's menstrual cycles will also be stopped if they fall pregnant, while on hormonal birth control, or after a hysterectomy.

It could happen, but it's not likely. Women are most fertil BEFORE the menstrual cycle. It could happen, but it's not likely. Women are most fertil BEFORE the menstrual cycle.

Menstrual cycle is the term used to describe the reproductive cycle, every phase from ovulation to menstruation and back again, women are always experiencing their menstrual cycle - I think you are asking about drinking green tea while you are menstruating (a particular phase in your menstrual cycle). Yes, this is fine.

Yes, coming off the Depo can cause heavy bleeding.

No once you are pregnant your periods will also stop.

Yes it is possible to get pregnant while menstruating.

After having the Mierna removed you may have had a withdrawal bleed, not necessarily menstruation as part of a menstrual cycle. Upon coming off hormonal birth control it is normal to have irregular cycles for up to 12 months while your body regulates itself, a few months without a period is normal but if concerned after three months talk to your doctor.

Menstrual cycle refers to your entire reproductive cycle, if you're a healthy fertile woman you're always on your menstrual cycle - I think you may mean while you're menstruating. Yes, you can go to a GYN while on your period, depending on why you are going you may need to return once your period stops.

When you haven't had a. Period for a while

No, it is biologically impossible to menstruate while you are pregnant.

You can spot while you are pregnant and have some slight cramping

After taking Plan B it is normal to have spotting after one's menstrual cycle for days at a time, if you just started taking the pill. However, if you have been on Plan B for a while, this type of bleeding may not be normal. It could be that the uterus did not expel all of the blood during your period and so spotting occurs mid-cycle.

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