Can I be pregnant after 2 periods?

Has anyone ever had a period but still ended up pregnant?

For one thing, women can continue to have monthly bleeding throughout their pregnancies. Yes! It’s rare, but it happens. It happened, in fact, to a neighbor of my mom’s.

Could I be pregnant and still have a regular period?

No. You can’t have your menstrual period while you’re pregnant. Some women do have vaginal bleeding during pregnancy. Some even report intermittent bleeding that seems like a regular period to them.

Why do I feel pregnant even though I had my period?

Symptoms With a Period

Odds are, if you got your period, you’re not pregnant. Feeling pregnant on your period could happen due to: Normal hormonal fluctuations during menstruation. The flu or another illness.

What if I’m pregnant and don’t know it?

Women can and do deliver healthy babies after a denied pregnancy, Cackovic says. But there are risks to not knowing you’re pregnant: You could miss out on the prenatal care that can ensure that you and your baby are healthy, like physical exams, blood tests, and ultrasound scans.

What are the symptoms of pregnancy after period?

Pregnancy symptoms in week 1

  • nausea with or without vomiting.
  • breast changes including tenderness, swelling, or tingling feeling, or noticeable blue veins.
  • frequent urination.
  • headache.
  • raised basal body temperature.
  • bloating in the belly or gas.
  • mild pelvic cramping or discomfort without bleeding.
  • tiredness or fatigue.
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How much can you bleed and still be pregnant?

You may experience some spotting when you expect to get your period. This is called implantation bleeding and it happens around 6 to 12 days after conception as the fertilized egg implants itself in your womb. This bleeding should be light — perhaps lasting for a couple of days, but it’s perfectly normal.

Can I be pregnant and still have a heavy period with clots?

Bleeding in pregnancy may be light or heavy, dark or bright red. You may pass clots or “stringy bits”. You may have more of a discharge than bleeding. Or you may have spotting, which you notice on your underwear or when you wipe yourself.