yes you would notice a difference
No it is not normal to have your period while pregnant. I have heard of some small spotting while pregnant but if you have your full period while you think you are pregnant, you thought wrong. You would not be pregnant.
If you got pregnant during your period, nothing would happen to your current period - it would just go on as normal, but you would not get another period after that.
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 if you are concerned that you may be pregnant and do not wish to be.
Yes. That would be a normal pregnancy.
Yes it is normal. Before I got pregnant every period I had my breat would hurt.
If she was pregnant it would be highly unlikely for her to get her period, however if she wasn't pregnant she should still get her period like normal.
That would be very unlikely
No different to how you would feel if you were not pregnant.
I'm pretty sure they can, being it is possible (uncommon) but possible to have a regular normal period the whole 9 months you are pregnant. Most people say that you most definitely can not have a period if you are pregnant but that is a myth. I know several people who were pregnant but yet still got there period every month they were pregnant and it was very normal, not just spotting. So i would assume that yes it is possible to have your "last" period and still be pregnant.I'm pretty sure they can, being it is possible (uncommon) but possible to have a regular normal period the whole 9 months you are pregnant. Most people say that you most definitely can not have a period if you are pregnant but that is a myth. I know several people who were pregnant but yet still got there period every month they were pregnant and it was very normal, not just spotting. So i would assume that yes it is possible to have your "last" period and still be pregnant.
Are you irregular @ other times? if yes I would not worry yet. if no I would not worry if your period is normal. if your period is not normal, I would seek professional opinion. either way you should seek medical assistance if your not normal in the future.
Yes it is normal! But if you are pregnant you can lose the baby so i would recommend calling your doctor.
You would not have your period if you are pregnant.
That is completely normal after your period you are ovulating, and your body is telling you you are able to have a baby, but don't worry that is completely normal, and no it does not mean you are pregnant.
You know that you are not pregnant .. if you had sex when you were un-fertile (but there is still a chance) and also .. You come on your period on the normal days you would have the other months
well if you were 1.5 wks late for your period and then became pregnant the next month then when you had your period it was probly the last one you were going to have it was probly your period stopping so yes you were probly pregnant but wouldn't know it or think about it if you had you period so it was probly just the period stopping.if you are still having it, it is still normal but the blood will become more brown than red so just keep an eye on it and call a doctor if it is different than normal because that would mean something could be seriously wrong.
There can be many reasons for this. Stress is a common factor in this period jumping around. If it happens again, I would advise you to consult your doctor.
Yes it is, but normally it would be lighter than normal and shorter.
This is just a normal period. There is no need to take a test
Yes, when I was pregnant with my first child, I had cramps for about 3 days before my missed period and 2 days after. I was told that it is normal but I would still get it checked out after the day of your missed period.
Yes! Ovulation (when the egg is released) occurs about 14 days after the start of your period, in a normal, 28-day cycle. This would be about a week after your period stops.
If you were pregnant no. If you were pregnant you would miss your period, and most likely you wouldn't be pregnant because by that time (a week before your period) you are no longer ovulating.
If you have your period, you are not pregnant. If you are one of the "one in a million" women who experience bleeding like a normal period in your first trimester, the hpt would show up positive by the time you have had your period. So if you have had your period and still have a -ve hpt, then you are definitely not pregnant. It is not "one in a million" women that have a normal-like period while pregnant. i have heard from a LOT of women who have had them. one woman i know had a period every month for 4 months and was pregnant. do not listen to the answer above this! that is not true. if you think you could be pregnant, but your HPT says negative, either wait a week, or go to your OBGYN. :)
Hello. If you became pregnant while on the pill you may have a period which would be lighter than normal for you or experience spotting around the time your period is due. You would also be experiencing pregnancy symptoms. The only way to find out if you are indeed pregnant is by doing a pregnancy test or by having a pregnancy blood test. The blood test is the most accurate way of finding out if you're pregnant.
Yes, but usually only at the time you would have had your first period after conception. After that it's normal to have pregnancy cramps but they're not normally menstrual cramps. If you are asking whether you can get pregnant during your period the answer is, it's very unlikely.