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Yes it is possible to be pregnant, and still have a period. Sometimes women continue to have periods for the first 2-3 months, and everything be fine. If you still feel that you might be pregnant, it would be best to see your doc, and get a serum pregnancy test that is most accurate at an earlier time. You should start feeling fetal movement somewhere around the 4th month of pregnancy...and it is usually "flutters" at first. Because of the fact also that you are taking medications, it is most important to see your doc, to see if you are once and for all.
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Thank you so much for the accept. About the second half of your question. What is most likely going on, instead of contractions "inside" the uterus its self, it would be all the muscles surrounding the uterus, and the muscles supporting the uterus in the pelvic region. There are many muscles there, and if you have trouble with involuntary muscle spasming then in my opinion that is most likely what it would be. The uterus is a type of "Muscle" itself. It is basically there to house your baby, to protect it, ensure nourishment and everything else needed though the placenta, and in the end to "squeeze" the baby out. When we are not pregnant, and we feel muscle contractions or spasms "inside" the uterus, or "of" the uterus itself, they are usually at the time of the month when we have our period, and are known as cramps, and felt as such. Some women feel them more than others. Also, I have noticed through the years that sometimes when the muscles of my stomach or around the abdominal area get a little twitch from moving just right or maybe overdoing things the day before, it feels somewhat like the "flutter" you feel in early pregnancy, also sometimes it is compared to tiny gas bubbles, and for me a pleasant reminder of days gone by. I hope I have helped you answer your question. Please feel free if you have any other questions to ask. I am most generally always here.
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