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Pregnant after two periods?

By Anonymous December 5, 2015 - 7:25am
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I lost my virginity on October 3, my boyfriend at the time and I used a condom, and while I was worried that it might have been too small, he says nothing got out of it. I later learned that we'd done the do on one of my more fertile days (around 5 days before I supposedly ovulated). I got my period on October 22, it lasted 5-6 days but it was different than my other periods. It got really light on the third morning but picked back up throughout the day. On November 24 I got my second period, it lasted 5-6 days like normal, TMI WARNING but the blood was more brown than usual and it seemed to get lighter earlier. There was too much blood in both periods to be mistaken for spotting or implantation bleeding, there were clots with both and I had to change my sanitary products one or two times throughout the day with both. Lately I've been kind of nauseous and I've had headaches and a few backaches, which I know are pregnancy symptoms. This morning I was feeling around my stomach while I was laying down and I felt firmness on both sides of my bellybutton that connects above my bellybutton, but does not meet underneath it. The center of my stomach under the belly button is relatively soft. I've also felt my heart beating in two place in my stomach. I have really bad anxiety and I'm worried that I might be pregnant, even though I've had two periods... is it possible?

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Hello and thank you for choosing EmpowHer,
It is impossible to be pregnant if you are having regular periods. As you said, they were too heavy to be implantation bleeding. If you are still worries about pregnancy, take a pregnancy test.
Keep in mind that since you wore a condom, pregnancy is even more impossible.

December 5, 2015 - 10:40pm
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