Pregnancy and menses can never go along together. Mild bleeding in early pregnancy may occur but this is not the menstrual cycle. Implantation bleeding, ectopic pregnancy and a miscarriage can cause bleeding in early pregnancy. Cramps a week before menses can be caused by uterine contractions. In few cases it may be caused by abnormalities in the uterus and ovaries. It is best to see a gynecologist and discuss your concerns. I hope it helps.
Best luck and regards!
I concieved my son in february 2007 and still had a cycle february, march, april & may . My doctor told me its uncommon but not impossible! So yes you can have a cycle and still be pregnant! My son was born completely healthy (& huge) in november 2007! Xx
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