2 Bleeding While Pregnant Can Be Normal
One of the few upsides to pregnancy is not having to deal with the annoyance of a period for at least nine months, but some women don’t get even that little perk. It’s technically not a menstrual period but referred to as “vaginal bleeding.”
Sex, a pap smear or a vaginal exam are all more likely to cause bleeding, due to the increased blood flow to your cervix during pregnancy.
And, some women experience “implantation bleeding” at the beginning of pregnancy. This is thought to be caused by the embryo burrowing into the uterine lining as it attaches.
There are women who have reported intermittent, period-like bleeding throughout pregnancy, ending in normal birth, so, while it’s a good idea to check in with your doctor if you’re worried, blood isn’t necessarily a bad sign.
1 A Woman Can Get Pregnant While Already Pregnant
Most of us relish the fact that, for nine months, we can mate with our mates free from birth control, but some women have found that’s not necessarily true.
Michelle Hutchins gave birth to “twins” on the same day, and they look like they’re a year apart. In fact, they were conceived only one month apart.
This phenomenon, known as superfetation, happens around once a year worldwide. For it to occur, a woman’s body must not only ovulate during pregnancy (which it’s not supposed to do), but the sperm and egg must defeat a host of other biological checks designed to keep it from fertilizing and implanting.
So, will you get pregnant while already pregnant? Probably not. Is that good enough for you to skip the condoms? You be the judge.
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