10.05.2014

Can i be pregnant and still have a heavy period

About us Use of this site constitutes acceptance of the Terms of use, Cookie policy, and Privacy policy of eHow. If fertilisation of an egg occurs after ovulation, the fertilised egg will move to the uterus and be nourished by that thick lining.
If the egg is not fertilised, hormones stimulate your uterus to shed the lining at the end of your cycle.


Experiencing a heavy or even a normal period means that you cannot be pregnant, since your uterus has shed its lining instead of maintaining it to sustain a fertilised egg.
In rare cases, this bleeding may seem like a period because it occurs at the same time that your period normally would appear. In such cases, however, the bleeding will be much lighter and of a shorter duration than a normal period.


Bleeding as a result of an ectopic pregnancy is usually light, but it's possible for it to be heavy, too.



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