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could i be pregnant if i got my period ?

By Anonymous August 6, 2017 - 7:08pm
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Hi! i got my period June 18th and it ended June 24th. June 31st i had a slip in that lasted a second. ive never had sex, but i was just worried about precm. I took a plan b July 2nd before 72 hours was up. A week after i took the pill, i got some bleeding lasting 4 days which i saw was normal. My period is usually irregular , anywhere from 30-40 days! I got my period August 2nd and it's currently august 6th and my period went from heavy the first 2 days to very light. It usually lasts 6 days and it's only been 4. Should i be worried ? I don't feel any different.

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My boyfriend and I had unprotected sex in early June but he didn't cum in me. We haven't had sex since then. I am also on birth control. I've had my period every month since then. I'm anemic and have had problems with my period since I was in 8th grade. I went to the doctor in July because I was having stomach aches and vomiting, my doctor said I had acute gastritis. During the beginning of July, I went to the hospital because the medicine he gave me wasn't helping. I've taken 5 home pregnancy tests and all have came back negative. My stomach has been feeling weird lately. I feel bloated constantly after I eat. I got my period yesterday and had a couple of lines of blood on my pad. While today when I woke up I saw there was only a small dot on my pad but when I wipe there's a lot of red orangey blood with tiny clots. I've also had really bad cramps which I have never had before on my period. My periods have also never been this light before they're usually very heavy. Could this be implantation bleeding?

August 8, 2017 - 7:03am
HERWriter Guide (reply to Anonymous)

Hello Anon

There is no risk of pregnancy, your period may have changed due to your recent illness - you can stop taking pregnancy tests.

August 9, 2017 - 6:28am
HERWriter Guide

Hello Anon

Thank you for writing.

There is no need to worry - this is your period and you are not pregnant.

August 7, 2017 - 5:05am
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