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    Pregnant?
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    An_250756 posted:
    I'm getting a bit worried.. My last period was Feb 2nd and lasted til the 8th.. My cycles are usually always 22 days apart. My boyfriend of 3 years came home from the military to suprise me the weekend of Feb 15. He stayed til the 18th. We had unprotected sex the 15th, 16th, and 17th.. A week or so ago I was having back pains and very frequant urination that lasted a few days. I thought maybe I had a UTI but I haven't had those symptoms since.. Now I'm 26 days from my last period.. Could I be pregnant?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Since you had unprotected sex pregnancy is definitely a possibility. Since your period is now late, take a test.
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