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    could i be pregnant
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    An_248974 posted:
    missed taking my birth control pill 10/26-10/28 those days i had sex plus after those days. i start bleeding on 10/29 but it only lasted 4 days and stop. i usualy start my period around the first week of the month but i havent came on my period. is there a chance i could be pregnant?
     
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    ariesgurl98 responded:
    and i was meaning to ask those 3-4 days i was bleeding could that of been my cycle or implantation bleeding?
     
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    McCurdygirl84 replied to ariesgurl98's response:
    It is possible to have a lighter period, things like stress, weight loss etc can affect how much you bleed. If you are concerned, take a test, if that comes out negative, i would make a call to you doc and ask his/her nurse, Nurses are great resources!
    Best of luck and God Blessings:)


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