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A:You can't have your period and be pregnant at the same time, but you can experience vaginal bleeding and continue to be pregnant. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/is-it-possible-to-be-pregnant-and-still-get-your-period-for-the-first-few-months ]
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You can't have your period and be pregnant at the same time, but you can experience vaginal bleeding and continue to be pregnant.

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is it possible to be pregnant while on the BCP?
Q: I was just wondering.. I'm 22 years old and I have been on the pill for a few days now. The DAY I went on the pill (the day after my period) we had sex. Is it possible for me to be pregnant? After I had sex I read somewhere that you can still get pregnant your first month on BCP. I am also wondering, does anyone know if it's possible to get pregnant while on BCP? Already I haven't been taking them at the same time everyday. I have irregular periods without the aid of birth control pills so something's telling me i'm infertile or don't ovulate anyway.Any help is appreciatedThanks!
A: My son is 5, I was on BC for 2 years and took them faithfully when I got preggers with him. Nothing is 100% failproof. And just because your irregular doesn't mean your infertile, I have the same problem on BC's and i'm pregnant with my third! Are you having pregnancy symptoms? Unfortunatley b/c your irregular you can't really go by your period. Get a test if your unsure.
Getting pregnant while on the BCP?
Q: I was just wondering.. I'm 22 years old and I have been on the pill for a few days now. The DAY I went on the pill (the day after my period) we had sex. Is it possible for me to be pregnant? After I had sex I read somewhere that you can still get pregnant your first month on BCP. I am also wondering, does anyone know if it's possible to get pregnant while on BCP? Already I haven't been taking them at the same time everyday. I have irregular periods without the aid of birth control pills so something's telling me i'm infertile or don't ovulate anyway.Any help is appreciatedThanks!
A: You can get pregnant if you haven't been taking the pill long on regularly. If you don't get regular on the pill, be sure to tell your doc. Just because your periods are irregular doesn't mean you are infertile. I had irregular periods all my life and have 2 boys. I go sometime 3-4 months in between and sometimes every month. The pill should help. Don't worry about a bunch of tests until you try to have a baby and only then if their is a problem.
Am I still pregnant? Please relate with your experience?
Q: We are on TTC since last month, hence I had unprotected sex on my peek day (ovulation day) with my husband. On the following day i have noticed a few spotting in my panty. This was the first time I have ever spotted. During that week, we had travelled a lot and then I had my period (normal one) on the right date.I thought, this time I am not pregnant... But my mother in low says, many women get their periods while they are still pregnant. In her case, she was menstruating as normal at the first month during all the 3 pregnancies, and it was stopped from the second month only.I did some reaserches on this last week, and came to know it is possible to some extend that women menstruate for the first month (or a couple of months) while they are still pregnant, but the bleeding is not actually mensus.. It is called implantation bleeding.Ok.. coming to my problem... My last period was normal... it lasted for 3 days... But after the period, I feel little nausea, sudden hiccups, and some difference in my body which I can not explain in words. It has been 10 days since my last period has come.Currently I am living far from my family due to work reasons, and this place where I work has very limitted facilities for maternal check ups (its a war affected area, and I am a UN staff). I know the only best way is to have a blood test, but it is not possible here or it will take a couple of days in this place. So at least for my mental peace, can anyone answer my question with your experience.
A: It is possible that you are pregnant - however when women usually have a period it is very light and is not like a normal flow. If you have access to a pregnancy test -then I would take a home pregnancy test just to see. As far as implantation bleeding it is usually very scant and light and is usually brown or pink and doesn't usually last very long and isn't accompanied by cramping.Hope that helps some
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