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My last period was the 13th of April and lasted about 7 days my periods are very irregular i had sex and he came in me on the 14th of may and i still haven't got my period could i be pregnant?

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2008-05-18 23:58:05
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If you did not use protection, then you might have become pregnant. Even with irregular periods, the chances of getting pregnant are there! Wait a week or so and get a pregnancy test, since your period may not be the telling sign.

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Some women experience irregular periods, but if there is a chance you are pregnant, your "period" could actually be spotting.


IT MEANS YOUR PERIOD IS IRREGULAR! It DOES NOT mean you are pregnant..


Irregular periods have to be dealt with as soon as possible by consulting a physician. However, if you got your periods (even for a day) then for the time being you have not conceived. Be careful next time and avoid unprotected sex. If you got your periods, even for a day, then be sure you hav'nt conceived.


From what I know, if you're pregnant, then you will missyour period. Periods can last as long as 7 days, pretty sure they can anyway.


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If you were pregnant you wouldn't be getting periods. and if you have asked that question think did you have sex recently


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Its possible, many women can have periods through pregnancy so it is best you visit your doctor and get tested properly to be sure. Missed, late and short periods can also be symptoms of stress.



Yes..it's possible but you may be having an irregular cycle. if you feel that you could be pregnant you should take a home pregnancy test and/or see your Dr.


i had mine in jan of 2010 and my were regular up til last month it lasted 3 days and this month lasted 2 so i would like to know now too



Periods can last 2-10 days. Some are longer, some shorter. Yours this month was shorter. Be happy.


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Most girls have ridiculous confusing periods also, but when u only last a day and it doesnt come back that's a bit odd , it alteast came a day. But always make sure u get tested.


Yes I was a month pregnant with my second child...I had a period that lasted 7 days. It was however, lighter than normal. So I went to the doctors who did a pregnancy test, which came up negative even though I was a month pregnant. It was the following period that I missed.


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Missed periods are common on implanon. If you have nausea, fatigue, or breast tenderness, take a pregnancy test.


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No. If you were pregnant you would'nt have gotten your period at all.


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?



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