Periods while Pregnant

If the condom broke but your period started 5 days later could you still be pregnant?

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2015-07-15 19:33:50
2015-07-15 19:33:50

Not likely. Starting your period is an indication that you are not pregnant. However, some women's periods continue (usually lightly) in the early stages of pregnancy. It is not something to be too concerned about, though, this is rather rare. Try a pregnancy test, most over the counter ones are fairly accurate and can be done 5 weeks after the possible conception has taken place.

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Ok me and my boyfriend had And of incourse broke can get pregnant still get my period

It sounds like it broke on exactly the right day to get you pregnant. however if your periods started as normal you are probably OK, However it is not unheard of that the periods started even while pregnant.

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If you just ended your period, you are not ovulating and your chances are low, but there is still a chance.-Akilae

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it all depends on when it broke if you enjus

If there are sperm in the condom the woman could get pregnant.

The chances are the same as if the condom was not used at all.

Well here's a hint.....if you become pregnant, the condom broke.

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