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By July 11, 2015 - 9:24pm
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Hi I'm almost 18. My boyfriend and I had sex June 15 the day I ended my period. I'm having a really bad pregnancy scare. My stomach has bin hurting very very bad under my ribs, it hurts on and off. I have regular periods. My period normally starts in the middle of the month. I don't have any signs of being pregnant. I'm literally freaking out and can not think, so would this month my period be in the middle like last month? I haven't taken a pregnancy test, I'm going to do that when I actually miss my period. Please help!

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Hi I'm new to this so not sure if I'm in right page lol but hear goes me and my husband have been trying for a baby for a year now I had the ius taken out in July 2014 and been trying to get pregnant anyway I did the ovulation test a few weeks ago and had sex the time we seen two lines anyway I'm not due to have my period until the 16 of sept but today 11th I started to bleed this pinkish blood so I put a pad on and thought nothing of it but today it's lite as anything my pad has a bit of blood on it but it's brown I don't have pain nothing like a normal period my normal period I will have bad guts and on toilet all the time but nothing also I will have clots in my blood and there is a lot more blood then what there is now plz can some one give me some advice thank you

August 11, 2015 - 11:23am

Hello Taylin,
Stressing, and worrying about being pregnant can actually induce pregnancy symptoms. So my first suggestion is to relax!!
You could be causing stomach pain from stress as well.
It is wise that you wait until your next period before taking a pregnancy test. If you get your period, then obviously you are not pregnant. If you miss your period, take a pregnancy test.

July 12, 2015 - 7:42pm
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