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    Anon_10614 posted:
    Ok I am freaked out. I usually do not have regular cycles. I do not want to be pregnant at this time in my life and we usually use protection. We had sex on cycle day 14, 15, 16 and then I thought my dangerous time was over so I allowed us to have unprotected sex on cycle day 19. On that same day, before having sex I noticed a little bit of pink on toilet paper on two seperate occasions but didn't think anything of it. I also noticed how I was very wet feeling down there when I went to the toilet and it looked very wet on toilet paper. Now a friend's been telling me how sometimes women will spot while ovulating and I'm seriously freaked out!! She says that when she is close to ovulating she also gets that wet feeling/looking on toilet paper. Could I have been ovulating on cycle day 19? Don't women usualy ovulate on cycle day 14? My cycles are not regular, I have between 25-35 day cycle.
    Could I have gotten pregnant?
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    Goosegirl1234 responded:
    I know it's a terrible feeling not knowing what's going on with your body. That said just take notes and listen to your body until its time to take a test. Did you not think of taking plan b?


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