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I had my urine test,and the results shows positive,and I also go for the blood test the results says positive too,while I was having my period, but now 3days After my period the hcg says negative, right now I'm confused.
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No. You can't have your menstrual period while you're pregnant.

Some women do have vaginal bleeding during pregnancy. Some even report intermittent bleeding that seems like a regular period to them. But vaginal bleeding during pregnancy is not the same thing as menstruation.
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will u called this a vaginal bleeding,bcos it comes out like a normal menstruation and lasted for five day,but in the first day of my period was when I go for blood test and the results says positive, but now after my periods had ended and I also did anoda blood test that says negative. so now I'm really confused
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I was exactly the same 5 months pregnant later ... and no one would do anything because I couldn't get a positive result had to go for scan to prove I was thinking months pregnant xx regular bleeds every month to x
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Ok i think im pregnant because i did the home bleach pregnancy test nd it foam up which mean iam pregnant but i woke up 3am and got my period and started having pain in my lover part of my stomech somebody tell me whats going on
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I had sex when my last period went off in November and December and I still got my period could i be pregnant Everytime I take a test that I'm not pregnant I would like to know
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From what i heard from some sites ive read, it could be possible. Some woman dont go through symptoms of pregnancy. But if its been a month and u tested negivite, probably not. But you can get a blood test to find oit for sure.
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Hi! I have a question...
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Hi I know you wrote a long time ago but i was wandering how heavy and what colour was tour période during pregnacy? Could you notice any difference with tout usual periods? Thank you!
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