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Can You Get Your Period While You’re Pregnant?

Can you get pregnant on period

Ever had a burning questions about Can you get pregnant on period? but no one to turn to?  Menstrual cycle- a very natural process in every female but the discussion on it is very limited.  Do you have no one to answer your query or help you figure out what to do in case you have an urgent question regarding your monthly friend? Well, you’re not alone. Period related issues are always met with some apprehension and confusion if not outright silence. Indeed, in some countries is is taken as a topic of discussion which is completely scandalous. In some places, it is a taboo and is met with considerable scepticism. Some people are better off pretending that periods don’t exist then acknowledge that it part of every women’s life. It needs to be dealt with as openly and respectfully as possible. By doing so, women can seek to knowledge, take care of their bodies and know the changes they are going through.

Some women, for instance, are faced with difficult questions and have no way of knowing how to answer questions like can you get pregnant when on your period and what to do if you get irregular periods. Of course, in the case of the latter, it is imperative that women consult a doctor immediately. However, for those women who would like to know if they should be panicking and scheduling a quick appointment or just accepting the fact that there is nothing to worry about, this list is sure to help them provide some sense of relief.

This list aims to dispel some myths and provide simple answers to any burning queries that women may have. Whether they are young or old, starting their period or hitting your teenage years or nearing menopause, it is imperative that women know their bodies inside out. They should embrace their femininity and accept their bodies for what they are. Hence, periods are a big part of any women’s life.

Here are some recurring questions that every woman has during her lifetime. Indeed, women no longer have to grimace at the prospect of asking difficult questions or gear up for ‘a talk’ with their mothers, older sibling or friend.

1)    Do Periods Stay The same Throughout The life?

No. Not really. Throughout a woman’s lifetime, she experiences periods in different ways. Hormones play a huge part in this and even when you may think that they have their periods all sorted out, complete with a calendar and trips planned well in advance to take into account any unexpected visitor, you may still have to face a major surprise. Indeed, with shifting hormones and changes in your blood sugar level and other causes such as stress and anxiety which affect other hormones in your body such as serotonin, your periods may also vary. These changes may manifest in different ways and modifications include stuff like a change in the timing of your period; that is, you may get your period earlier or later than expected or they may lead to variations in the consistency of the time. Hence, you might experience a heavy or a light flow depending on stuff like your diet and the amount of food intake and nutrients you manage to digest in your bodily system.

2) Is that really true, Can you Get Pregnant On Your Period?

The answer is yes. It’s surprising how very few people know about this. But the truth is that the chances of you getting pregnant while you are on your period are more common than most people realize or care to think about. These possibilities exist because some women bleed when their ovaries release an egg each month and mistake it for their periods. This process is called ovulation and the fact is that women are more likely to get pregnant and are more fertile when they ovulate. Hence engaging in any sexual activity during that time could increase your chances of getting pregnant so depending on what your plans are for the future this could be a good thing or a bad thing.

Another thing to keep in mind is that sperms released during sexual activity can stay in the women’s body for up to three days. It turns out they are pretty resilient creatures. Hence, some people may ovulate before their period arrives or after a few days when the period ends. But that is enough time to the sperm to enable conception and lead to pregnancy.

Can you get pregnant on period

3)    Are tampons safe to use?

Absolutely. One of the biggest erroneous belief that some women seem to hold is that tampons are not safe to use. But this is simply not true. In fact, when used properly, tampons are much easier and efficient to use when compared to pads which can be messy at times.

One of the main dangers of tampons, however (though that shouldn’t stop women from actually using tampons) is the possibility of getting a disease called Toxic Shock Syndrome or TSS for short. Toxic Short Syndrome is usually caused by wearing tampons for too long. This is because tampons especially super absorbent ones may cause bacteria to grow. Moreover letting a tampon stay for too long may lead to tampons sticking to the vaginal wall, particularly when the flow is too light and the tampon is left in for too long. Hence removing the tampon can cause abrasion and increase the risk of contracting Toxic Shock Syndrome or TSS.

However, this should in no way hinder the prospect of using tampons for anyway. Instead, the use of tampon should be met with extreme care and caution for fear of keeping your bodies healthy and virus free. Finally, if the worst comes to worst, several other products serve as good substitutes for both a tampon and a pad which include period panties and menstrual cups, the latter of which works as an investment as it is re-usable and only needs to be bought once.

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Jennifer K. Garcia

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