I was wondering if anyone else experienced/is experiencing "periods" during their first trimester? Not just any old bleeding, but REGULAR, monthly, few-days-long bleeding, at the specific times you'd've been due for them were you not pregnant at all?
I realize it is biologically impossible to actually menstruate, but I am curious how many other women experienced this similar phenomenon.
Im a bit of a tricky one lol I got my bfp on Sunday 17th Jan and would have been due my period the next day and I did start to bleed but only for 1 and a half days but just like a normal AF bleed perhaps only slightly less and for much much shorter time anyway I was worried so Im off for an early scan tomorrow hoping baby is still there and all is well if so it looks as though I may be one of these women xxx
I had some spotting (red, followed by brown) when I was 8 weeks, it could have been confused with a light period. But I've been clear since then. Nobody I know had anything resembling a monthly period throughout their pregnancy.
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