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Is it possible to not have a missed period for longer than two or three months and still be pregnant?


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2011-10-20 16:40:36
2011-10-20 16:40:36

If your pregnant and you still get you monthly cycle, then I'd see your doctor. I do know it is common for a woman to spot during pregnancy, but not to bleed. If you've had a period for three months now, than chances of you being pregnant are none because once the sperm fertilizes the egg, your body will stop producing eggs, which means you won't get a period. Stacey

This is not true for all women!! I personally know women who have had normal periods while pregnant. This occured with my sister on all 3 of her pregnancies. The doctor was not sure what caused this, but everything was fine with her pregnancies. Remember, each woman is anatomically different, and therefore her body responds differently to any given situation. Still it is always smart and safe to inform your doctor of any bleeding, and if you haven't been to see a doctor yet, please do so!

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I had 2 girls one is 8 and one is 5 and for both pregnancies i had a normal period for the first 4 months had no complications with my pregnancy both my girls were born at 40 weeks one weighed 8 lbs. 3 oz the other was 8 lbs. 13 oz. im not sure why that happened but if you are worried about the bleeding i would consult your doctor just to be sure. everyone is diffrent.

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