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period symtomps or pregnancy?

By March 29, 2011 - 4:02pm
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on jan 3rd - 7th i had my period. my bf and i had unprotected sex on jan 8th. i took plan B within 72 hrs. i got bleeding on jan 20th around my ovulation for few days. on feb 1st we had unprotected sex but my bf didnt come inside me. on feb 5th, i keep bloating and have stomach pain. then, on feb 8th i got some spotting for two days. then it stop. then, i got my period a week late on feb 11th. it was cramping and liltle heavy. i had a lot of blood clots. it was 7 days long ( but before my period just 5 days long) . it was light then got heavier till the 5th days. then spotting for 2 days. after that we didnt have any unprotected sex. again, on march 14, i got my period ( 3 days late) it was similar with my previous period with cramping, lots of blood clots and 7 days long. i had the similar PMS as my previous but, on the 5th days of my period my left breast got sore and i kept bloating for a week. is that normal? or am i pregnant? because i heard woman can get pregnant and have period at the same time?

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Hi pe,
There are important issues in your question that must be addressed.
The irregularities in your period...blood clots, spotting, light to heavy...
need to be evaluated by a health care professional.
Unprotected sex is a sure way to get pregnant. Plan B should not be used indiscriminately, it has side effects and can affect your periods for several months.
I strongly suggest that you make an appointment with your doctor or visit a health clinic, if this is where you get your medical care. A physical examination and any necessary testing can determine the causes of your symptoms.

March 29, 2011 - 5:59pm
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