Normal is different for each person. Do you normally have stomach cramps? Usually pregnancy doesn't involve stomach cramps, just nausea.
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.
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 u can still have cramps when ur pregnant and when ur not.
okay i dont think that you can answer my question so forget it
the answer to your question is yes it is very normal to get your period while pregnant it is nothing to worry about.While you are pregnant you don't get a period, but you may have spotting. If you think your pregnant take test.
its very normal. a couple off my friends who are/were pregnant had that happen to them . Or it might be ovulation (an egg being released) which often results in cramping, or that your period is going to arrive soon, butt remember if your stressing about it (cause you think your pregnant or anything) stress makes your period not come. So try an relax(:
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 can have a period and still be pregnant. If you really think there is a chance, you need to break down and take a HPT.
you can get cramps, the week you are supposed to start, and still be pregnant
Sounds like your period is coming. There is no "old blood" in periods. Brown, red, or very dark are all normal colors.
I think she is .
Visit a doctor
I think you could be pregnant, maybe you have not waited long enough for the HCG hormone to show up in your urine. If you really think you are pregnant then you should try to get a blood test, they are much more accurate. Or you could try bying an early response pregnancy test. But I would just relax and if you are hoping to be pregnant, I hope that you are.
well if you are getting any kind of cramps near your period its most likely your period arriving ... if you believe that you might be pregnant i would definitely go get a home pregnancy test i would get ept that can detect early pregnancy a soon as 5 days before your first missed period ... even then the hcg hormone doesnt show up in your body for as long as a week after your missed period or sometimes three months !!! only time will tell if you are pregnant ! the wait is the worst part ! ** best of luck**
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.
If your period has come at the normal time it is unlikely you are pregnant.
It is normal for some females to still have a period during the first trimester of their pregnancy. If you think you may be pregnant get tested. It is as simple as peeing into a cup.
yes you can have a false negative, but not a false positive. if you think that the test is wrong and you do not have a normal period go to your doctors
Pregnancy symptoms are a lot like PMS symptoms so maybe you are pregnant. 18 days late.... if your cycles are normal its time for a test. Good luck!
I think so, because I have cramps and I am 16 weeks as well. They feel like the type of cramps you would normally get before you start your period. I found that my cramps are sometimes associated with needing to use the restroom and once I go they start to subside.
Having a period means you are not pregnant.
It is possible to experience vaginal bleeding when you are pregnant, but it is unlikely - it is also biologically impossible to menstruate during pregnancy. If you think that you could be pregnant then take a pregnancy test to determine if you are pregnant or not.
Menstrual cramps are common but they are not a normal part of healthy menstruation at all. Some people may have underlying health conditions to cause menstrual cramps, but most people can prevent menstrual cramps all together - so don't think they're something you have to just tolerate.
Hiya! If the period is normal then it is unlikely you are pregnant hun. However, you can do a pregnancy test as soon as the bleeding stops.