Madalyn772 answered Sunday November 5 2006, 2:02 am: You can't have both. A period is the release of the bloody lining of the uterus. The lining is there to nurture the egg, which could eventually become and embryo. When no egg is attached to the uterine wall, your body naturally sheds the lining. Now, if an egg is fertilized and attached to the uterine wall, the egg needs the nutrients from the blood to feed it and help it grow. Therefore, your body will not shed the lining and you will not menstruate. You could still have some light spotting at the beginning of the pregnancy, but nothing like a period.
karisue answered Saturday October 28 2006, 4:01 pm: i'm not very sure what the chances are, but by what a friend of mine went through, her period was actually quite normal & on time and everything, when she ended up being pregnant. but most of the time, you don't have your period if you are pregnant. & if you would like to know why, just ask me. =] [ karisue's advice column | Ask karisue A Question ]
orphans answered Saturday October 28 2006, 3:07 pm: if you get your period, you are NOT pregnant. if you are pregnant, then you will not get your period
karenR answered Friday October 27 2006, 10:12 pm: You wouldn't have a "regular period". It is possible you might have some small amount of bleeding, like a very light period the first month but even that isn't real common. :) [ karenR's advice column | Ask karenR A Question ]
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