Question by  nayna (28)

Could I have conceived 2 weeks before my next period was due to come and still had that period?


Answer by  maggiec1179aolcom (754)

Typically two weeks prior to your period is when you would ovulate and expect to concieve. You would expect to not get your next period. If you do have bleeding it could be implantation. If there is any question take a pregnancy test.


Answer by  milo (169)

If you are still pregnant, no. You could have had bleeding that led you to think you had a period that was actually due to another cause. Or, you could have had a "chemical pregnancy" in which you lost the pregnancy before your period was due, in which case you would have had a true period.


Answer by  Ali41 (1593)

That would be unlikely unless you miscarried. You cannot have a period if you are pregnant. However, some women do experience light bleeding, called implantation spotting when they are pregnant. This occurs when the embryo is implanted inside your uterus, displacing some of the uterine lining - which can look like spotting.


Answer by  okcmouseketeer (779)

It is not uncommon for women to have a light cycle the first month of pregnancy. In some cases women can have up to three light cycles before finding out they are pregnant.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

No, if you conceived two weeks prior to your period then your body would have had different hormones in it to tell your body not to have a period. Your period is the shedding of the linning of your uterus, if a baby implants the lining it will not shed, hence no period.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

It's not really likely. However it's not impossible. Usually most women who get pregnant and have a period do so closer to their period. Take a home pregnancy test right away. If it's negative take another one in week. If the second one is negative you probably are not pregnant.

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