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Could I be possibly pregnant?

By October 31, 2011 - 10:17pm
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My boyfriend and I once had unprotected sex but was followed with protected sex. However, last month, he ejaculated inside me. So, I let him stop because I got scared.

Before that incident, I had my period on November 3 and lasted about a few days (which is normal for me) and I usually have cramps during menstruation. The incident happened 5 or 4 days after I finished my period.

Now, what bothers me is that I again have my period on the same month on November 29 or 30. IT HAS NEVER HAPPENED TO ME BEFORE.

I've read that having period twice in the same month could be because of fatigue which I believe was the reason because I didn't get enough sleep for 4 consecutive days and I work the night shift for 12 hours.

Also, I've been very worried, after that incident, that I might be pregnant. Up to the extent that I would usually wake up at dawn and fear of being pregnant.

The period which I have now is like my regular period. Am I pregnant?

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Your periods in October were 26-27 days apart, which is normal. You may not be used to having periods that are 27 days apart, but this is not something to be concerned about if it is a regular period. Try to calm down, you are not pregnant.

For future reference, please use protection every time you have sex.

Best of luck,


November 1, 2011 - 6:17am
(reply to Rosa Cabrera RN)

Thank you so much for your comment, Rosa. This brings me peace of mind. :-)

More power to you and I hope you continue to inspire and help others.

November 1, 2011 - 10:47am
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