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Is it possible to be pregnant but still having regular periods and showing few symptoms of pregnancy with periods on.? Thanks for the reply:)
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Dr. Mamta Pattnayak Gurgaon | Gynecologist
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Hi, pregnancy with normal cycle is rare but not impossible. So if you  want  to  confirm  do sr Beta hcg blood test which is sure test.
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Dr. Ashok Koparday Mumbai | Sexologist
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If a woman is pregnant almost always she stops getting her periods. Some women may have spotting, which may be mistaken for periods. This is rare. Spotting is almost always lesser in quantity and duration.

It is not possible to keep getting regular periods when you are pregnant.

Symptoms, hyperemesis gravidarum, may not be prominent in some women.

Is there a test I can do to know for sure if I am pregnant or not?
Good news is there is highly useful test that detects HCG in urine reliable enough to tell you if you are pregnant or not. The beautiful thing is this simple test can be done by the woman in secrecy at home using her urine sample. The UPT kit is less than Rs100 and is available with chemist without doctor's prescription.

More details of this test can be found free at mydoctortells dot com

Best wishes

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Dr. Rita Bakshi Delhi | Gynecologist/Obstetrician
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Hello, Yes, you may be pregnant. You should visit a gynecologist and seek further evaluation. Please visit our clinic International Fertility Centre located in New Delhi so that we can guide you better.
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Dr. Shikha Shah Mumbai | Gynecologist
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In many cases, periods continue for 3 months of pregnancy. Get a urine pregnancy test done
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