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Chances of pregnancy after having period?

By January 17, 2015 - 5:04am
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Hi, what are the chances of my gf being pregnant after having 3 periods of last 3 month after having protected sex? (pulled out+ no leakage). We did not have sex since then until now. She always say she has this stomach discomfort and her period is due tomorrow. She is so worried about being pregnant so I just want to have your honest answer. Is there anyone out there got pregnant from what I have mentioned? I mean 3 periods+ did not have sex since then+ condom+ pulled out. Thanks !

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Hello, and thank you for sharing your question.

The simple answer, is no.  If she was pregnant, she would be showing after 3 months.  The regular periods and no clear  symptoms is evidence that she is not pregnant.

Also the fact that you used a condom AND you didn't ejaculate during penetration also ensures that pregnancy is not possible.

In short, you do not need to worry.  Your girlfriend is not pregnant.

Let us know if you have any more questions.


January 17, 2015 - 11:23pm
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she often have this stomach bloating whenever she finishes her meal or some times before meal. Explain? Thanks !

January 18, 2015 - 2:30am
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Bloating can occur for many reasons.  One of the most common reasons is eating too much refined flours, sugars, meats and carbonates.  Eliminating or limiting these items from her diet will help immensely.  Also drinking a lot of water actually allows the body to release the water it holds onto in the gut.

Food she can eat to help eliminate bloating are: yogurt, lemon water, veggies and fruits.


January 18, 2015 - 5:32am
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