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    jurene83 posted:
    I wanted to find out if it is possible for women to get pregnant and still have their periods?
    georgiagail responded:
    Some women bleed in the early months of their pregnancy. This is not a menstrual period but is often mistaken for one.

    kamilacbronx replied to georgiagail's response:
    What is the explanation of bleeding in the early months of a pregnancy?
    Jane Harrison Hohner, RN, RNP replied to kamilacbronx's response:
    Dear kamilacbronx: It can be from an infection (eg chlamydia), or it can be "normal" or it can indicate a problem with the pregnancy. Here is a link to an explanation of many of the possible causes of first trimester bleeding:

    In my clinical experience I have seen women bleed as heavy as a period in the first trimester and still have a healthy baby.

    kamilacbronx replied to Jane Harrison Hohner, RN, RNP's response:
    Thank you for the information.

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