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Can a girl be pregnant after having protected sex has a late period but then a few days later gets her period?


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2010-10-15 02:00:18
2010-10-15 02:00:18

Yes, this is an indicator of pregnancy.

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She could be pregnant, or she could be having breast tenderness because her period is due. Take a pregnancy test to find out.

ask your girlfriend was her period the same as normal.. of it was 99.9%sure that she is not pregnant.. ask her also was she due her period 4days after having sex?

No, because without your first period you have no eggs so there is no way to get pregnant but if you do have sex and have your period a few days later then there is a chance.

If you are having your period at the time of sex then you are not currently ovulating and you would not get pregnant.

well if the period is normal, if it's not too weak..then u're probably not pregnant...but if the period is unusual then u should take the pregnancy test, just to be sure;)

If you have had a period after having relations, then you are not pregnant. Pregnancy is more likely when you have not had a period for more than a month...

I had a period in September on the thirteenth and had intercourse on the twenty six. And in october I had a period on the ninth that lasted three days and a week later keep having a nauseating feeling and have for several day. Could I be pregnant?

You can get pregnant at any time. Including during your period.

If you have irregular periods, you can still get pregnant. Unfortunately the only way to tell if you were ovulating (other the over-the-counter tests) is by having a period 14 days then it is too late. So you can skip your period for 3 months strait, then ovulate and get pregnant without warning, and then you won't get your period because you are pregnant and not know for many months.

you could be pregnant but there is a chance that it just came later then schedule, Your period will do that. if a week has gone by since you should have started your period i would contact your doctor to see if you are pregnant or not

Yes, you can still get pregnant. If you are still having your period you can get pregnant. If you haven't taken any contraception for more than a month you can get pregnant.

You can still be pregnant and have a period however its usually only common when you get pregnant close to your next expected period. Your birth control is not effective. You can't just take it when your having sex. Its to be taken on the regular every day.

If you had protected sex, then you probably won't be pregnant. The time you had sex was most likely your fertile time. But the protection will be you best bet against an unwanted pregnancy. Hope this helps!

It is less likely than later in the cycle, but you sure can get pregnant two days after your period.

You could be pregnant, but your period could also be late. I have had my periods be three weeks late before. Do not stress over it. Stress can also change the time you have your period, which could make it even later.

by having period control pills.

It is possible to be pregnant and have a one time period. The question is were you ovulating when you had sex. If you had a period 9 days later, I doubt you are pregnant. However, it is possible.

I am assuming that when you say "without having sex" you meant without a penis entering a vagina. In that case it is nearly impossible to get pregnant. Tell your doctor if it has been a few months

There is no chance. If you have your period, you aren't pregnant. Actually, some women have their peroids while being's not that common, but it does happen. You're more than likely not tho'. i had sex and then got my period a day or two later and i am not pregnant

yes you still can get pregnant but if the dead baby isn't removed than both of the babies may be born attached to each other

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