Question by  MrKhaan (90)

Can you have a period in early pregnancy?

I think I had a period when I was barely pregnant.


Answer by  dubhreubel (501)

No, you can't have an actual menstrual cycle while pregnant, although many women experience bleeding very early in pregnancy, usually it is implantation bleeding or cervical bleeding.


Answer by  worker2226 (16)

Yes you can continue to have your period during pregnancy. Although fairly uncommon, there are some women who have continued to have periods throughout their entire pregnancy. It is for that reason that some women are very far along in their pregnancy before they even realize they are pregnant


Answer by  SashaDarkCloud (5764)

Oh yes. You can have a shorter and probably lighter period in the early stages of your pregnancy. I didn't stop bleeding until I got into the second trimester. This is why some people might not even realize that they are pregnant for the first few months. I didn't even get morning sickness.


Answer by  redmamaof5 (188)

It is very unlikely you had a period during pregnancy, however it is possible to have implantation bleeding after the egg has implanted.


Answer by  Ali41 (1593)

You wouldn't have a regular period, but you could have implantation bleeding. Implantation bleeding happens when an embryo dislodges part of the lining in your uterus.

Reply by lotteroo (10):
This could possibly be what i had??how early on do people get morning sickness???  add a comment

Answer by  liblue (683)

Mentrual periods occurs for some womem when pregnant. This is usually in the first few months of conceiving. An ultrasound will confirm the age of the fetus.

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