Can I be pregnant if I just bled?
It isn’t possible to be pregnant and have a period, but you could still have vaginal bleeding or spotting throughout your pregnancy. Bleeding during pregnancy can be common, however, significant bleeding could be a sign of more serious complications like an ectopic pregnancy or a miscarriage.
Is it normal to only have a period for 2 days?
The menses phase: This phase, which typically lasts from day one to day five, is the time when the lining of the uterus is actually shed out through the vagina if pregnancy has not occurred. Most women bleed for three to five days, but a period lasting only two days to as many as seven days is still considered normal.
Can you still be pregnant after heavy bleeding?
I thought for sure there is NO WAY I’m still pregnant. But after that one day of heavy bleeding, it stopped. Usually my periods last a good 5 days. I still thought it was over and I took a HPT and the line was darker than it had been before…so I thought maybe it would just take some time to fade.
How often do you bleed during first trimester of pregnancy?
In most cases, in the first trimester of pregnancy, bleeding might last only about three days. Although most women have one experience of bleeding, a small number will bleed throughout the entire pregnancy.
Is it normal to have vaginal bleeding in early pregnancy?
Although pregnant women do not menstruate, some experience vaginal bleeding in early pregnancy that is often mistaken for a period. In fact, approximately one-quarter of pregnant women experience bleeding in the first trimester, according to Marjorie Greenfield, M.D., contributor to DrSpock.com.
Is it possible to have two day heavy bleed and be?
I started spotting around two weeks late (or two weeks early if I skipped one?) then bled a bit and back to spotting on/off for three days. Normally my periods last 5/6 really heavy (tmi) and I’m usually in agony so this just seemed really odd for me?