Many women claim to get period while pregnant. The question is, how could a woman be menstruating but pregnant?
Scientifically, period while pregnant is not possible. Indeed, there are some pregnant women who complain that their inti**mate organs secrete blood periodically as if they are menstruating. But actually, the bleeding during menstruation and the bleeding that occurs when pregnant are two different conditions.
Generally, menstrual processes occur when the thick layer and rich in blood content prepared for the ovum, released by the body. This thick layer is commonly referred to as endometrial or uterine lining.
Self-release is done when the ovum is not fertilized by spe**rm. If fertilization occurs or in other words pregnancy occurs, the blood layer will be maintained to support fetal growth.
Can your period while pregnant?
The answer is, Can Not.
If you have a normal menstrual period, it is a sign that the endometrial has broken down and disappears, so chances are you get pregnant is zero.
If you have a menstrual-like bleeding during pregnancy, then this is an irregular bleeding, and it needs to be examined.
Various causes of bleeding in the early pregnancy
Various causes of bleeding in the early pregnancy that make the pregnant women feel herself still menstruation:
Bleeding due to embryo implantation
During early pregnancy, embryos need to be attached to the mother’s womb and the placenta needs to form. This process is called implantation and can cause bleeding. Bleeding because the implantation process usually occurs for a few days and stops. Implantation bleeding is often misinterpreted as menstruation.
Bleeding in the cervix
The cervix can be called as a uterine opener and has two types of tissues that line the different parts. The second place the network meets is called transformation zones. Well, this transformation zone can be easily brittle during pregnancy due to the increasing estrogen hormones. Due to fragile, spontaneous bleeding can occur in this zone or after a contact like se**xual inter**course.
A Subchorionic bleeding
Sometimes pregnant women can get blood or have blood clots under the placenta that when out through the vagi**na will be considered menstrual blood. Generally, blood clots or bleeding under the placenta will stop as time goes by.
Unfortunately, bleeding that comes out in the first trimester of pregnancy can also be caused by miscarriage. Bleeding due to miscarriage coupled with great cramping in the lower abdomen. If you have these signs, immediately to see the condition of the fetus.
Infection or inflammation due to fungi or bacteria can occur in the cervix, as well as infections due to se**xually transmitted diseases such as herpes or gonorrhea. Such infections may cause bleeding.
A pregnancy outside the uterus or known as an ectopic pregnancy is the condition in which the fertilized egg is usually attached to the uterus instead of attaching the uterine cavity or Fallopian tubes. Ectopic pregnancy can be dangerous because fetal development can make the Fallopian tube rupture. This pregnancy can be characterized by blood discharge, pain in the lower abdomen, as well as headaches.
Causes of period while pregnant.
Normally, menstruation occurs only when you are not pregnant. Each month, a thick layer of blood will stick to the uterus. Because there is no fertilization, the uterine wall is also shed, so the tissues and blood contained in the wall will decay.
However, in pregnant women, bleeding that is often mistaken for menstruation in medical language is called implantation bleeding. This bleeding can occur in the first trimester of pregnancy, which is when the new ovum is attached to the uterine wall.
When the ovum is fertilized and becomes zygote, it must “damage” the uterine wall to be able to stick to the wall. This can cause bleeding in the early pregnancy. Usually, bleeding only lasts up to 4 days.