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    mfap26 posted:
    Okay guys so on 03/03/13 me and my boyfriend had sex, we did not use protection but he did try the pull out method. On 03/09/13 we had sex in the day, he pulled out because he thought he felt something which turned out to be blood which has happened to us twice before. I bled for a while then it stopped. The same night we had sex two more nights, he did not pull out neither time and i did not bleed. Later on i went to use the restroom and when I wiped I had dark blood but it's to heavy.
    With the blood, I'm not sure what is going on. Can I possibly be pregnant? What signs should I be looking for the next 2-4 weeks?
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