Family & Relationships Serena Williams Believed She Had A Period While Pregnant - Is This Possible?

09:20  28 june  2018
09:20  28 june  2018 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

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Serena Williams has revealed her pregnancy came as a surprise, as she thought she ’d had a period just before she found out she was seven weeks along. The tennis legend, who learned she was pregnant while competing in the 2016 Australian Open

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The tennis legend, who learned she was pregnant while competing in the 2016 Australian Open, took a pregnancy test to appease a friend who was suspicious.

“I didn’t think I was pregnant! Honestly, I thought it was impossible. I had not seen Alexis [Ohanian, Williams’s husband, the co-founder of Reddit] in, like, four weeks. So I literally took the test just to shut my friend up,” she told InStyle.

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Williams insists she was as surprised as her fans, having not seen her now-husband Alexis Ohanian in a month – and she only took the pregnancy test to ‘shut up [ her ] friend’ who was suspicious. You can bleed while pregnant – but you cannot have a period .

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“I literally had a cycle just before. So I was surprised when I saw the result and even more surprised when the doctor said I was seven weeks along.”

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Bleeding during pregnancy is common, with around one in 10 women experiencing some bleeding, according to NHS Choices. However, this won’t be caused by your usual menstrual cycle, as a period is the shedding of uterus lining, which does not happen during pregnancy.

Some light bleeding at the time your first period after conception could be “implantation bleeding”, which is caused by the foetus settling into the wall of your womb.

But just because it’s common doesn’t mean you should ignore it. If you experience any bleeding at any stage during pregnancy you should contact your GP or midwife immediately.

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“It’s not often caused by something serious, but it’s important to make sure. Lie down and rest until you can see a healthcare professional and do not take any medication while you are waiting,” NHS Choices advises.

Williams gave birth to her daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr on 1 September 2017.

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