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By  Wheredidgrungego  |  28

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By  Wheredidgrungego  |  28

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  sourgirl101  |  28

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  sourgirl101  |  28

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  emariebake  |  28

lol. that is probably due to laziness and a bad education system, not teenagers smoking pot. you don't have to insult people if you want to feel like a PSA.

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  mintcar  |  28

31, I don't smoke weed but i know plenty potheads who graduated my H.S on time and they're also doing just fine in college. I'm actually quite positive that my OChem lab T.A smokes pot. Anyways, it sounds like sourgirl was kidding.

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  sourgirl101  |  28

I think you're missing the hidden joke, my dear #31.(: It's because it's 4/20. ***Just to know, I never get high and I rarely drink alcohol. It's nice to see you have your head in the right place.

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  dudeitsdanny  |  28

I have a friend at MIT and an ex-girlfriend at Stanford, both potheads. Don't buy into propaganda, positive or negative. Anyways, where we doing this? ;P I vote for a synagoge(sorry if i misspelled that, googling from my iPod isn't worth it while I've already typed this).

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  CitrusGirl  |  28

31, just because you know "druggies" who aren't doing well in school doesn't mean that applies to everyone. Also, there's a big difference between drug addicts and people who smoke pot and potheads. Some people smoke pot just for fun like once a month. I also have a friend who smokes pot, and he was going to a local college for math classes in 8th grade because he's that much smarter than everyone else. We should know what happens when we assume...

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  PassTheDutch  |  28

there is nothing addictive about smoking weed and I'm almost positive you can't become dependent on it. but I only say this based on personal experience. And I've been smoking for awhile.

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  CitrusGirl  |  28

92- I don't smoke weed and I don't think it's cool but I don't think it makes you a bad person or a bad student by itself. 125- It's not physically addictive but anything can be psychologically addictive- weed, porn, facebook, McDonalds, video games, texting, puppies- you name it. It's just becoming emotionally/mentally dependent on something for comfort or happiness.

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  zmoney314  |  28

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  KickItHigh  |  28

Haha ikr! XD Guys are just so dumb about the "the cock can poke the baby." No, it's not really that possible. Unless your dick is thing and really long. -.- Talk about weird sex.

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  forza_italia88  |  28

um 271 yes you CAN! my friend got it while she was pregnant throughout the whole thing! a regular 5 day period every month so shut the hell up and go back and learn biology yourself

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You actually can get what appears to be your period while you're pregnant. I think biologically it may be a little different, but you can have bleeding while pregnant that's not a miscarriage.

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Grrr. I don't get why certain fmls show up on the iPhone app but not the website. I also don't get why it will say "Success your comment has been added" and then it doesn't add it. Anyway, you can have what appears to be a period while you're pregnant. I think biologically it's not the same thing, but you can have regular bleeding during pregnancy that's not a miscarriage.

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  animejen1988  |  28

Then it wasn't a true period. Yes, you can have bleeding that appears to be a period, but it's not actually a period. A period is the shedding of the endometrium of the uterus, as well as getting rid of a mature, unfertilized egg. You can't have that when you're pregnant.

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  ntherewas1  |  28

That's true, apparently some women bleed out a little - it's not called a period because obviously the egg isn't going anywhere, but from the outside or to someone unknowledgeable to what a period technically is, it just looks like blood!

By  funkthat26  |  18

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  Monikabug  |  18

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  Monikabug  |  18

That may have been a bit much information there wiseguy. Haha! But interesting. I can't imagine it feeling very good for her during that time, but hey, more power to her if she did it.

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  mfmylifesrsly  |  18

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  ImaWiseGuy  |  18

haha, i knew I should of specified...I was referring toward the sex/pregnancy part.... it sounds to me as if she doesnt want to have sex because of her being prego....just my interpretation tho...

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  Lunaa94  |  18

14 actually did say "do to her menstruating". And it is supposed to say "due to her menstruating". So why is everyone nagging the guy who corrected 14? -.-

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  ladybugobgyn  |  18

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  dassahrose  |  18

179: not completely true. I'm pregnant right now, and have had some bleeding. the doc said it was fine. some women do have spotting or bleeding throughout their pregnancies. however, OPs wife just probably didn't want sex. it's not very fun while pregnant. at all.

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  doodlez223  |  18

No, women do not menstruate during pregnancy. Many women have some bleeding throughout and it can be completely fine, but your period does not happen when you are pregnant.

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  jess2gd4u  |  18

179 some women continue to have bleeding through out there pregnancy and. I agree it's not menstruation as the 2 cannot happen at the same time, but some bleeding through pregnancy for many women is normal. it's when abdominal pain comes with it that there is something wrong.

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  SoccerRebel594  |  18

Number 14 sounds rather sexist if you ask me. A persons ability to be honest is not measured by gender, but simply by maturity levels and a person's habitual actions. To argue that women can be rude to men cause we "lie" is a total fallacy and rather hypocritical. Anyone else calling all men pigs or all women bitches needs to grow up and stop acting like a 12-year-old.

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  Verkuzen  |  18

THANK YOU. Finally someone that isn't a total douche that thinks they're the smartest person in the world. Couldn't have said it better myself :)

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  Monikabug  |  18

Not at all #203, I was merely stating that if #2 was going to complain about women complaining about lying men, that the solution would be for the men to stop lying, therefore giving us women nothing to complain about. I was not arguing that women should or could be rude to men.

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  Tuesdays76  |  18

Many Women lie just as much as the men they are complaining about. So quit being a hypocrite and quit over generalizing All men because of some guy that apparently lied to you sometime in your past.

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  forza_italia88  |  18

#179 you obviously dont know anything. i had a friend who had a baby and she had her period regularly every month and shes not the only one i know. spotting is normal too but a regualar 5 day period every months can still happen. its not impossible. go do some research then cme back and try to wreck people.

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  Keyman1212  |  18

#179 by assumption, according to her name is an OB/GYN. Saying that she knows nothing, is like telling Ronaldo he wasn't a great footballer. I'm a medical student, and bleeding during pregnancy is abnormal. However that doesn't mean that something is wrong. It just means she should probably get checked by a specialist.

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  WOGBRO  |  18

14 you are been a drama queen men do not lie all the time. I am a feminist not a major a minor feminist. I'm all for women's rights but I don't think you can out do a whole sex and suggest that all men lie. what are you married to every man in the world. This message was not supposed to be offensive to women so anyone please don't take it in as I'm saying men are superior to women cuz they are not and people are still really sexist about women so I don't want to be one of those people.

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  ladybugobgyn  |  18

Oh Forza. I will be happy to talk with you further about bleeding complications in pregnancy, but I'm afraid that I can't dumb it down to your intelligence. Did some of your friends also not know they were pregnant either? Bet so. And thanks for the back up Key, and good luck in school!!!

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  forza_italia88  |  18

314 seriously she had her period. itr was a regular period that lasted 5 days once a month at the same time every month. normal flowing and everything. it wasnt a miscarriage and it wasnt spotting. the doctor even told her that it was a regualr period and that it was normal and perfectly happy and now she has a happy and healthy 8 month old. so fuck you and your superior intelligence

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  forza_italia88  |  18

314 it was a completely regular 5 day period that was at the same time every month with the same flow she always had because when i questioned her about it maybe being just spotting she said no. the doctor told her it was a normal period and that the baby was fine and healthy and now hes 8 months old and the healthiest and happiest baby i have ever seen. im sure you enjoy being a total know-it-all but i think you should go back and do some research or something. i know for a fact that it can happen, has happened and will keep happening. which is why most women dont know they are pregnant until they start to show. so fuck you

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  forza_italia88  |  18

339 best reply you have is it? might surprise you to know that i have a degree in early childhood development and we had to study this kind of stuff at uni. so im not a completely hopeless case. at least im not close minded like you. i used to believe too that women didnt get their period while pregnant until i was taught that its not a definite factor and seeing it happen first hand with my friend kind of sealed the deal with that one. sorry that youre wrong about something for once

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  forza_italia88  |  18

344 very eager arent you. well guess what mr i-dont-like-to-be-wrong, i have seen first hand that you can get your period. that added with all the other stories ive read about other women not knowing they were pregnant because they had the PERIOD while pregnant. you dont know everything lol just because you may have studied about this sort of thing which i have as well. i am sticking with my own opinion. the fact that you actually went and sent not ONE message with info but FOUR shows me that you really are one sad little person with absolutely no life if you have the time to go and do things like that. i didnt read them by the way. i have no time for things like that so i deleted them. sorry for all your wasted time and effort :)

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  mesocrazy  |  18

345: it's great how you insist on dwelling in your ignorance. i bet if you'd read the stuff sent to you by an ob/gyn (they're the professionals that work with pregnant women day in and day out), you'd understand that you're wrong in calling the bleeding a pregnant woman may experience a "period". it isn't a period. it's a bleed. one that should be checked out. and yes, this is why some people don't know they're preg. but that doesn't make it a menstrual period. i'm surprised they didn't teach you about how babies are made while you got your childhood development degree.

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  forza_italia88  |  18

361 we all know how babies are made. and seriously who asked you? my point is that a bit of spotting yes normal. and a whole lot of blood, probably a miscarriage. but bleeding every month at the same time you normally do for the same amount of time you normally do and still managing to have a very healthy baby now what do you call that? seriously i am not being stubborn here not reading stuff being sent to me. i am surprised that someone took time out of their own pathetic life to try and prove a point like that to someone they dont even know who lives in a different country. makes no sense that they have nothing better to do. now why dont you mind your own business?

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  mesocrazy  |  18

363, like i said, it's a bleed, not a period. that's all we're trying to get you to understand here... but i should've known the internet is the worst place to try and educate anyone about the proper terminology of anything. because then they just run around calling your life pathetic when all you're trying to do is prevent ignorance from spreading.

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  dunkelrosen  |  18

That's bullshit. Some women get spotting and occasional bleeding, but bleeding is usually a sign of a (1) triplets and higher order multiples (2) threatened miscarriage (3) miscarriage in progress. A period is the shedding of uterine lining due to the woman not being pregnant. If a woman shed her lining during pregnancy, it'd instantly kill the fetus.

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  NandaPanda  |  18

Y'all this is such bull. I don't care where you got your degree, you can still be wrong and you are. Women can and some do still have their period while pregnant. I still had my period, same regular flow as always, throughout the first 7 months of my pregnancy. My obgyn is the one who told me it was my period, when I went to her concerned about it. She said it is perfectly normal and my daughter was and is fine. So yes, you can have your period while pregnant. And you can preach to me all day about your stupid degree, but just having a degree doesn't make you all-knowledgable. I PROMISE you, that it is still possible for you to be wrong. In fact, surprise! You are now! Have a nice day =)

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  puddy_fml  |  13

Dude how old are you? I had my period until my second trimester. Unless you are a doctor in disguise you don't know what you're talking about. if you are a doctor, you are a shitty one and I foresee malpractice lawsuits in your future.

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  ShyAnn29  |  13

I saw on the show "I didn't know I was pregnant" that it's not actually your period, it's just a symptom of pregnancy that sometimes happens. it was nurses who said this during the show

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  victo890  |  13

true!! or she probaly did not want to have sex with you because she does notwant you do go one her or reverse... she does not want you to squish the baby !

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  DjeePee  |  13

Bleeding whilst being pregnant is not the same as having a period. Did you guys even know that when you bleed during the pill stop, it's not your real period, it's a fake one? Glad I learned you someting new today. OP, well, FYL if she continues (to lie) to avoid sex. Sex is nice and healthy for a relationship, it's cruel if she takes it away from you. But it's also cruel if you force her. My opinion: get her in the mood. She had sex with you before, there must be a way to let her enjoy it. If she didn't want sex for a day, it's not a FML.

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  elainelovesyou  |  13

I find it funny how you all are arguing/whatever you want to call it, about the whole sex issue and her amazing period during pregnancy. OP, it's something called spotting. Maybe she isn't in the mood, just find her at a different time and maybe try again.

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65- You didn't have your period. You may have bled, but you did NOT menstruate :/ I think that every user on FML should take an IQ test before their comments are allowed to post.

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  SpicyDuck  |  13

106, I'm no expert here but I don't imagine sex while you're pregnant is very pleasant. Just going by what I've heard. Some people are okay with it, for others it's extremely uncomfortable. I don't really see this as an Fml. You got her pregnant, it's not going to be a fun ride.

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  xgetxbentx  |  13

57 is correct, unless you have two uteruses, it's not possible to have an actual period during pregnancy. Lots of women will spot during their pregnancy, and the spotting will definitely seem like a lighter flowed menstrual cycle, especially when you tack on all the other pregnancy symptoms on top of that. It seems a lot like PMS, but it's not. at the earliest stages of pregnancy it's called implantation bleeding, it usually lasts 3 to 5 days and is a lighter color and flow than most women's regular cycle. This is rather basic education from health class in high school, then my best friend is pregnant and her obgyn said the same thing. So puddy I'm not sure why you assume it was your period and to be honest I'm a little concerned as to why you didn't ask your doctor, I mean no good doctor would say it was a period, and bleeding regularly like that can be a sign of something life threatening to you or the fetus "/. So if you plan on having more children you need to either talk to your doctor about it or go find a new one.

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  slimjim8094  |  13

You did not have your period until second trimester. You probably had "spotting" or some other minor bleeding. I can't believe I actually have to explain this to a woman, but menustration sheds the endometrium, or uterine lining. I'm pretty damn sure you didn't shed that, because the baby is attached to it (through the placenta) And, as an EMT, any nontrivial or uncomfortable bleeding during pregnancy should be evaluated ASAP. Don't just go "oh, bleeding and cramps during pregnancy, well it's ok somebody on FML said that happened all the time", because you could lose the baby or have even worse problem is untreated But thanks for playing.

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  ladybugobgyn  |  13

Oh thank the baby Jesus for you 254. I am seriously about to stroke reading all these comments about people who think that having a period during pregnancy is possible and normal. AND they have reproduced.

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  Zombieslayer1  |  13

You can have a period during pregnancy, you can't, you can, can't, can! Who fucking cares!?!? Just let it be and get on with your lives!!! But just for the record, you can't.

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  RuBbErShRiMp  |  13

I love how people are arguing about whether OP's girlfriend is on her period or having whatever else bleeding/spotting is normal for her condition. The important thing is that OP's girlfriend may not be lying about thinking she is on her period, and she may still have a legitimate reason to not want to be with OP right now.

By  Yournamehere42  |  28

At least the pregnancy attests to the fact that the two of you have had sex at some point recently, and you're not on a years-long dry spell like so many other FMLs complain about.

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  Yournamehere42  |  28

In order for him to believe that the baby was his, they would have had to have sex. It doesn't mean the baby IS his, but he'd have to be stupid to believe she magically got pregnant without them having sex. As for 83, sperm doesn't chill in the vagina for seven months before fertilizing an egg. Either you didn't explain yourself to an acceptable extent, or you've gotten mixed up at some point.

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@83 Please explain how if she is TWO months pregnant, they could not have had sex for seven months. They would have had sex TWO months ago. Assuming that this was the last time they had sex, then its a two month dry spell tops.

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  xgetxbentx  |  28

unless you have two uteruses, you cannot have an actual period while pregnant. you can spot, but it's not a period because you aren't shedding your uterine lining or getting rid of an egg. sorry, but you've been misinformed.

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