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Bleeding! Pregnant? Help?

By Anonymous March 10, 2010 - 8:21am
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My last period started on Feb. 24th (i do have irregular periods) and i had sex during that time, it was on the 28th. I was still on my period but it was fading. We had unprotected sex but he didn't injackulate in me. After a week from that we did it again, it was on the 7th (march, last sunday). He injackulated, not in me but then i went down on him and we did it again. Now yesterday (the 9th march), i got my period again! It feels like my regular period because its heavy and i was getting cramps and today (the 10th) its not that heavy but still there, i don't know what to think! i know after a week of comsumption theres bleeding but i just don't know what to think because i'm irregular! i'm only 15 turning 16 in aug. i can't get pregnant and don't want to. i know the consiquences and everything i understand completely so please don't pressure that ..... i would really like to know whats going on...thanks

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Hi, Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHer, and thanks so much for writing. Let's see if we can be of a little help.

First of all, you aren't pregnant. If you're bleeding the way you are, and it's like a period, that's a sure sign that you aren't pregnant, because both things can't happen at the same time.

Second, by consumption do you mean conception? You are right, sometimes after conceiving a baby there will be a little bleeding or spotting. But it tends to be very minor. Not like the period you are describing.

And third, if I read your post right, you never had sex where your boyfriend ejaculated inside you, am I right? While you still have to be careful because pre-ejaculate has sperm in it too, it does reduce your chances of pregnancy to practice withdrawal.

Anon, since you know you don't want to become pregnant, do you need information on birth control? Do you need a place where you can get a checkup and a prescription for the pill? We at EmpowHer would never want to pressure you, we are here to help.

March 10, 2010 - 11:22am
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