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I got my period on 6/28-7/2 its now 8/6 and i havent gotten my period, Could i be pregnant?

By August 6, 2009 - 7:54am
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Ok so i had protected sex with my boyfriend twice in the week between june 15-19. I got my period a day late on june 28th. We havent had sex since but when we do we are always protected, usually we mess around at first we mess around without a condom but he puts one on before we go the whole way so he never cums in me.
i've been getting some of the symptoms i get around my period but no cramps and no period. im not always stable with my period, last year i didnt get my period for a month and two weeks. Last march we had an accident when the condom ripped and i took Plan B i got my peiod 2 weeks after that. So is my period just extremely late again or could i be pregnant?

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You had a period on June 28th, which means from that date you did not have a viable pregnancy. In your description you said your period can be irregular, you have not had sex after this your last menstrual period in late June, then it would not be possible to be pregnant.

August 6, 2009 - 2:00pm
(reply to Alison Beaver)

How about if you had unprotected sex and then have a light period... I would like to know because I am on Yasmin birth control and missed 3 pills after an inercourse and we decided to not use a condom. When I started my pill it was 2 weeks after the last day of my last period. Could it still be possible because I've read somewhere that even though you have light period you can still be pregnant... And is it possible that ttwo eggs built up in me because its been making 5 weeks I didn't have my period???
Thank you very much.

April 12, 2010 - 3:51am
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