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i had my periods on 7 January and had unprotected sex on 15 jan .as my cycle is irregular some time . i got my periods on 2 feb and 2 march and both times 6-7 days .

By March 25, 2017 - 9:43pm
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As both times its regular and 6_7 days each time but on march 14 to 17 i saw some milky disharge is it ovulation discharge or something else . And it feels like my tummy is increased in size .is iam pregnant or iam over worried...nd i lose my weight too from January ownward .

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(reply to Helena)

I already​ done three tests one in January after 10 days of sex then another after one week i.e. (17 days after sex)and another after two weeks from second test (i.e. one month after sex ) all are early morning and comes negative......

April 1, 2017 - 7:58am
Guide (reply to clarky)


Then believe your tests results. These tests are accurate 14 to 21 days after sex. Plus, you have had your periods. I suggest a visit to your doctor or your local Planned Parenthood. Perhaps you will believe the results of a blood test.


April 1, 2017 - 10:43am
(reply to Helena)

As last month i worried about being pregnant . Can it still possible anybody had three consecutive periods (two on exact 27_28 days gap and third on 34days later) and still pregnant ??

May 3, 2017 - 7:45am
(reply to Helena)

Hey helena thnx for your help...
I got my periods last month about one week late on 4th april for 4_5 days but this month its again late by 1 -2 days so far .my periods were supposed to be on 2 may .is it because i have irregular cycle....??
But it usually come before 28 days except last month and now again.

May 3, 2017 - 7:41am
Guide (reply to clarky)


See your doctor about your irregularity if you are concerned. Only a doctor can diagnose a hormonal imbalance if this is what you have.


May 3, 2017 - 2:49pm
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