As a woman who is pregnant, you may notice a few things that change during pregnancy. One of these things is the women’s period. Unlike men, who do not have periods until after baby arrives, women have them while pregnant.
Many women get their period during the first month or so of the pregnancy, when it isn’t fully established. This is normal and safe. Some women get their period at earlier stages, such as week two or three of the pregnancy. This is still fine and normal!
But how does this happen? Why does a woman have her period while she is pregnant? And how can this benefit her and her baby? These questions and more are discussed in this article.[/text][text]of the following text].