15.12.2014

Information about pregnancy period

By pregnancy 15 weeks, most of your pregnancy symptoms like morning sickness, fatigue, etc will be almost gone.
If you are asking whether you can have a period during pregnancy or not, the answer is a definite no. Sometimes women ask if you can get pregnant during your period even if they are already pregnant. What they think is their period could be an implantation bleeding or spotting which occurs in the moment when the embryo gets implanted in the sensitive lining of the uterus.
Women may think that they have a period while pregnant because it is difficult to determine when they had their last real period.


It is interesting to know that you could have a pregnancy period if you are taking birth control pills when you get pregnant. All material provided on this website is provided for informational or educational purposes only. Although it may see this way to them, they can be sure that this is impossible because a woman cannot have a period and be pregnant in the same time. Still, as it has been mentioned before, it is possible to see some bleeding, and this could be something normal or a sign that your pregnancy is in danger. It is quite common to experience some level of bleeding and this should not be mistaken for the period of women.


This kind of bleeding appears after about five days of conception and this is what the majority of women think is a period. In case you experience any kind of bleeding during pregnancy, you should talk to your doctor about it.



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