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    Hi All,

    I was just wondering if anyone had their AF but still found out they were pregnant? I just want to see if you can still have a healthy pregnancy and baby whilst still getting 1 or more periods!

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    For the first 3 months of my pregnancy with my boys I spotted on & off when my period was due. It could have passed as a normal period.

    I ended up full term with healthy big babies

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    I'm wondering this too we have been pretty slack in DTD this last month and a half so since we last DTD I have had one normal AF then a 2 day spotting AF (which I've never had in my life) since the 2 day AF my boobs have been so sore to the point I've had to hold them propped up in the shower so now I'm thinking could it be? I'm to getting my hopes up AF is due on Monday so I will see how that one goes but will probs test anyway

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    I don't know from experience as I'm currently TTC #1 but I have read that you can bleed while pregnant and that it can seem like af. I've also read that it can be perfectly normal and healthy.

    It can be known as 'breakthrough' bleeding or decidual bleeding. I did a lot of research about this as last month my af was a bit lighter and shorter than usual so I thought *maybe* I could be UTD but it turned out I wasn't.
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