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Is it possible to have periods during early pregnancy?

I ve been feeling nausea, cramping, extremely tired, repulsed by food and sex. I ve had my period for 7 days and still have all of these symptoms. I ve done a pregnancy test and it came up negative. As I had unprotected sex while I was ovulating is there a chance that I am pregnant? I ve heard that women can still have their period and a negative test in early the stages of pregnancy.
Mon, 3 Nov 2014
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As you are telling that you had periods for 7 days and pregnancy test is negative then there are rare chances of that you are having pregnancy.
During ovulation having intercourse has greater chances of to conceive. But it is not necessary that you must conceive.
As your pregnancy test also negative and you had your periods then you should consult a family physician or gynecologist for complaints of nausea,cramping and tiredness.
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Is it possible to have periods during early pregnancy?

As you are telling that you had periods for 7 days and pregnancy test is negative then there are rare chances of that you are having pregnancy. During ovulation having intercourse has greater chances of to conceive. But it is not necessary that you must conceive. As your pregnancy test also negative and you had your periods then you should consult a family physician or gynecologist for complaints of nausea,cramping and tiredness. Get well soon...