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got twice periods in a month

By Anonymous March 12, 2010 - 6:45am
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i got my first period on 20 th feb and next on 8th march...
i also have sex wth bf on 8th...
we use condom ..but in the later sate we didnt...
so could i be pregnant?
i have bleeding or spotting watever it is 4 4 days till nw..like my regular periods....
plzz suggest me..

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no we geneally use it but dis we skip...but he had it out...
can it be safe 2 use ipill? means if we did it 3 times a mnth nd have ipill everytime so dos it affect my health?hormones?periods?or pregnancy condition

March 12, 2010 - 9:39am
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Tell me what the ipill is, Anon. What country are you in?

Do you mean the morning-after pill? It's called Plan B in the United States.

March 12, 2010 - 9:42am


Since you are having a period and it's gone on for 4 days, you are not pregnant. The two things cannot physically happen at the same time.

Occasionally our periods get irregular for no apparent reason. We may miss one, or we may have one too soon (like you). It probably just means that your hormones are a little out of whack for some reason.

My advice would be to see when your next period comes. If it is a month or so from now, then all seems well. If it is in two or three weeks, you might call your doctor and see what she or he thinks.

Do you often skip using a condom? Do you need more information on birth control pills, for instance?

March 12, 2010 - 8:35am
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