yes my sister had baby and she was having regular periods for three months in fourth month she start having movement she went to the Doctor and found her self pregnant
No, you cannot have periods after you are pregnant. You can have minor vaginal bleeding but it is not a full period flow.
No it is not normal to have your period while pregnant. I have heard of some small spotting while pregnant but if you have your full period while you think you are pregnant, you thought wrong. You would not be pregnant.
YES, a woman can get pregnant during ANY DAY of the full cycle. even during your period. before during and after.
If it's your full blown period, chances are 99 out of 100 you're not pregnant. When you're pregnant, your cycle stops. There can however be spotting (usually early on).
It is very unlikely that this will happen. In the typical 28 day cycle, you are only fertile on or around day 14. If you still have your period, it is a very good indication that you are not pregnant. Though some say it can happen, it is very rare and almost unheard of to get pregnant this close to your period and still have it.
Yes I think you could have a full periond and be pregnant and not skip any months
Yes! I just found out that I'm pregnant (my period still isn't due for 2 days) and my tummy won't stop rumbling....even right after I eat! It rumbles even when I'm full. This was my first sign after I got the positive pregnancy test.
No, you can have cramps and spotting at the time for your first period after conception but not full menstrual flow.
In general no, but there are always exeptions.
You are considered full term at 37+ weeks (after your last period) and may go into labor anytime. If you are still pregnant at 40 weeks your doctor will assess you and decide if they think you will need to be induced. Some women are pregnant for 42 weeks and have to be induced.The average pregnancy goes 40 weeks after the last period, or 38 weeks after conception.
While it is possible, I would advise that you wait a full week before spending money on a pregnancy test or even worrying for that matter.
If you're having regular, full periods, then it's very very unlikely that you're pregnant whatever happened before. If you haven't had a period in 3 months, then you may be pregnant, even if breast feeding may lower the chances of becoming pregnant for as long as you're doing it.