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Do some women have their menstruation while pregnant?!

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Question - (6 June 2010) 5 Answers - (Newest, 6 June 2010)
A female United Arab Emirates age 22-25, *aydee37 writes:

Hi all! :)

I would just like to know.. According to teachings about the menstrual cycle.. It was clearly stated why women can not have their periods while they are pregnant and now on the internet when its asked.. People say its possible to have your period while pregnant! Now how is that even possible?

Also is vomitting a major and important sign? As in.. Do all women vomit when they are pregnant? And why do they vomit?

Oh and 1 more thing.. Does a woman's stomach become firmer or larger first?

Thanks all!

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A female reader, CindyCares Italy + , writes (6 June 2010):

CindyCares agony aunt -They are not real menstrual cycles, it's vaginal bleeding,but it lasts less than menstruations,it's less abundant and it's brownish rather than red.

- Vomiting and nausea are very common ,particularly during the first 3 months. It seems they are caused by the increase of pregnancy hormones likr HCG,but there may be other factors,including psychological ones.

- As for the belly- every woman is different and every pregnancy is different. Generally though, unless you are really eating like a wolf, it does not noticeably changes until the 5th month and it does not become rock-hard until

the 6th or 7th,so I'd say larger first.

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A female reader, Laura1318 Malaysia +, writes (6 June 2010):

Laura1318 agony auntYou cannot have a period while you are pregnant because both of these functions cannot happen at the same time.

If you were pregnant and began menstruating, inevitably you would lose the pregnancy or have a miscarriage.

Although you can't be pregnant and have a period at the same time, you can, in fact, experience vaginal bleeding and continue to be pregnant.

These are two very different terms: vaginal bleeding and menstruation (period), but it is usually vaginal bleeding that women confuse as their periods.

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A female reader, Waiting for an angel United States +, writes (6 June 2010):

Im 8 mths preggos sweetie and no you cant have a period while pregnant. Menstruation means production of eggs etc etc. You can have some bleeding during pregnancy but it shouldnt be anything like period bleeding. Yes you can vommit while pregnant , and not all women experience morning sickness. If you're worried about being pregnant my advice is to get a pregnancy test.

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A female reader, angelpie United Kingdom +, writes (6 June 2010):

in my first pregnancy i had my period for the first 5 months so i didnt have a clue i was pregnant .

if you eat lots then you can gain wight faster than the pregnancy develops . if you eat right then you stomach beomes firm without gaining more wieght fact it can get very tight .

i didnt vomit in any of my pregnancies but i did feel sick. i hope this helps

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A female reader, chigirl Norway + , writes (6 June 2010):

chigirl agony auntWhat is in books is not always in real life. I keep saying that women can have menstruation while pregnant, because my mother told me that she had her menstruation while pregnant with me, thus not realizing she was pregnant until 5 months in.

It could be genetics.

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