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Can I be pregnant?

By Anonymous February 18, 2015 - 11:08am
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I had sex in December on my fertile period, but two weeks later my period started as usually, I mean, same volume, same days. In january I got my period again on the right date and everything was ok. I didn't get spotting, just regular and normal period. I haven't had any pregnancy symptoms so far. But 2/3 days ago my boobs started to hurt a little (the same as PMS) and i'm having light cramps all day. My period will start in 4/5 days and most certainly this is just PMS. I know I'm probably just being paranoid but I can't relax.
Thank you for your time.

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Hi Anon,

Since you haven't yet missed a period I don't think you should be concerned, unless of course you had unprotected sex.  

Breast swelling and tenderness and cramping are all signs of a normal premenstrual cycle coming.

I hope this helps!

Be well


February 18, 2015 - 3:21pm
(reply to S. Gillette-Palmer)

Hi.. Is it possible to get pregnant after 3months..ahm I had sex on november 4 then I got my period on november 27 and got my period on dember 25 then january 21 I got my period but this month of february I'm still waiting for my period to come .. By the way I have a irregular menstruaL cycle. Thank you please reply on this..

February 20, 2015 - 2:36am
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Anonymous (reply to S. Gillette-Palmer)

No, the last time I had sex was in december. And nothing felt abnormal to me until 1 week ago when I was talking with some friends and they told that some women still get their "period" while pregnant.
Since then I became a little paranoid and started to feel some symptoms. But knowing my self it's probably just stress.

February 19, 2015 - 1:06am
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