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Since this is sex basics... I thought I might ask. If you are pregnant, can you still get your period continuously? I mean lets say I am irregular... lets assume I am pregnant... can I still get my period everymonth and still be pregnant? I am just curious, I don't have a pregnant scare or anything it was just on my mind.
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Because a period involves shedding the lining of your uterus, you can't have a full period and still be pregnant.

However, some women do get spotting or light bleeding during pregnancy, and may mistake that for their period.

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