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    possibly pregnant?
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    Anon_18760 posted:
    my husband and i did something about two weeks ago. And i know its kind of soon to assume, but i was supposed to start either yesterday or today, but i only noticed a very small amount of blood yesterday and have had nothing since. Could it be implantation bleeding or could it just be that my time of the month is off by a few days. But for the last six months or so it has been normal and always on the 4th or 5th. if anyone has some insight and advice please let me know. Thanks!
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    If by "did something" you mean had unprotected sex then yes, you could be pregnant. Since it's been about two weeks and your period is now late, you can take a test.
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