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You had your a small place in your tubes took out and your periods have not been normal since then you just had your period just about 2 weeks ago and now you are bleeding again could you be pregnant?

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2008-08-09 21:26:19
2008-08-09 21:26:19

if youre bleeding youre not pregnant

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THAT WAS JUST A PERIOD WHICH CAME LATE LATE PERIODS CAN BE CAUSED BY STRESS, IRREGULAR PERIODS, AGE AND DIET


Its not possible you dont have your period at all if you pregnant and you wont have a normal period if you are its possible that it wont even come on which is a missed period. Most women do mistake periods for implantation bleeding (spotting),which is not a period just because they see a red spot or they bleeding on and off their pregnant while their on there period, no it doesnt work that way if you having periods while your pregnant please get checked.


No, you cannot have periods after you are pregnant. You can have minor vaginal bleeding but it is not a full period flow.


You are not pregnant but this is not normal. Post-coital (after sex) or inter-menstrual (between periods) bleeding are not normal. I suggest you see a doctor.


Some women have bleeding while pregnant that they think is their period, but bleeding while pregnant is NOT normal and should be evaluated by an OBYN!


Some women do have some light bleeding when they are pregnant so that is perfectly normal.


there are an unfortunate few that have normal periods while pregnant


You can't have your period while being pregnant. However, you can have vaginal bleeding frequently during your first trimester.


Metrorrhagia is bleeding between periods. Menometrorrhagia, in contrast, is heavy bleeding and bleeding between periods.


Some women do have periods while pregnant but discuss any bleeding with your doctor.


They don't have a period hun. They experience vaginal bleeding which is known as implantation bleeding. A pregnant Woman will not experience a normal, heavy flow period.


You cannot have a normal period and be pregnant. During early pregnancy, some women experience very light vaginal bleeding which needs to be investigated by their Doctor.


No, but you might have bleeding in between periods. You may be pregnant and should check.


Well bleeding is normal after stopping your pills. And by the way if you are having your period your not pregnant. It's only when you don't have your period for a while should you think you are pregnant.


No, but during early stages of being pregnant you can get bleeding which seems like a normal period. This is common.


It is probably implantation bleeding. So, no it's not normal unless you are pregnant or something.


No, you are not pregnant. Sometimes Periods are just a little irregular, it is normal though.




Stress can make your period different. Hi - No it doesn't. Periods can be different for various reasons. When you are pregnant you DO NOT have a period.


In most cases yes but there are a few people who do have their periods when they are pregnant.


Normal. When you become pregnant you periods stop until after the birth.


If you are having a period, you are not pregnant. However many women confuse their periods with vaginal bleeding and vaginal bleeding can be a sign of pregnancy particularly in early pregnancy.


Women who are pregnant do not get periods. If you are pregnant and you are experiencing bleeding and/or cramping you should contact your Dr right away or go to the ER.


Its usually not a good idea you should wait until after your period to take a test and if it is a normal periods you probably are not pregnant. Some women have periods while they are pregnant but it is usually light bleeding or don't last as long as usual, etc. It is a bit of a waste of money as having a period gives you a pretty good idea that you are not pregnant.



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