Yes, it's possible to still have something that resembles your period while being pregnant.
If you have started having your period you need to go get a pregnancy test.
The biggest sign of being pregnant is not having a period.
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My first symptoms were sore breasts.
Some symptoms of being pregnant before a missed period are nausea and dizziness. You may also have some breast tenderness.
The chances of being pregnant and still having your period two moths after conception and having no symptoms is slim but not unlikely I just found out that I am a month pregnant and I still had a period or what seemed like my period it was no different from others but I continued having symptoms after my period was over I continued having cramps, my breasts are starting to become more sore they keep getting bigger also I have a creamy/watery discharge which is usually thicker after my period. My advice to you is if you think your pregnant even though you havent missed a period I would go to the doctors to take a test because you never know. good luck!
If you had normal period (not short! not light!) - your chances for pregnancy are about 1%. If you had unusual period + pregnancy symptoms - you chances or pregnancy are 50%-60%.
I've been having cramps, backaches and tender breasts but haven't missed my period as yet. Do you think I might be pregnant or is this premenstrual symptoms?
yes it is I have had 2 chirldren and had no symptoms of any kind I would try a test if i were you.
No you really shouldn't be having your period while pregnant and the second part would be normal if you weren't pregnant.
It would be a bit early to be having symptoms yet, but it is possible that you could be pregnant. Take a test if you miss your next period
Start of a miscarriage, you have.
Having heartburn and being bloated does not necessarily mean that you are pregnant. While these two things are symptoms of pregnancy, they are also symptoms of many other conditions. Most pregnant women don't get heartburn until the second trimester anyways. If you miss a period and start experiencing other symptoms of pregnancy, then you should probably get tested to see if you are pregnant.
Your period could just be late, this happens sometimes.
If you were having symptoms 3 weeks before your period was due you were not pregnant because you get pregnant 2 weeks before a period. Being 1 day late is neither here nor there. If your breasts are sore and itchy and you are nauseous that could be many different things. I suggest you see a doctor.
If you have a negative test and a period you are probably not pregnant. If you are paranoid about being pregnant you may be seeing symptoms that are not really there.
Yes. A lot of whomen who want to be pregnant can actually make themselves feel symptoms. You should really wait until you are late with your period and then take another test.
Relax, you are definitely NOT pregnant. There's no way. The other symptoms were probably brought on by you being nervous and worried that you were pregnant. If you think you're pregnant, its possible show symptoms without actually being pregnant.
== == You might mistake frequent urination or slightly worse eyesight for pregnancy, but those are symptoms that usually start after you've already missed your period, which would be one of the first signs of pregnancy. As far as I have always known (being a diabetic), I have never had any symptoms of being pregnant.
There are many things that can cause you to have pregnancy symptoms. If you have your period then you are most likely not pregnant. Sometimes your mind can make you think that you are experiencing these signs and symptoms when you really aren't. In fact it happens to a lot of women who really want to get pregnant. If they feel one bit nauseated they think that they are pregnant. Although it has been known for women to have their period while being pregnant so the best thing you can do is go to a doctor and have a blood or urine test taken there so they can rule out pregnancy.
Yes. The mind is a very powerful thing. It can trick you into having symptoms and thinking you are pregnant.
Missed period, positive pregnancy test, breast tenderness, fatigue -- same symptoms as without the IUD.