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    kdill26 posted:
    Okay, I had my regular period last month....but I had sex a couple days before my period last month. Now this month, I bled for one day then NOTHING. My periods usually last for 3-4 days... someone help, please???
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    An_251897 responded:
    I'll be glad to help you. Spend the $5 and take a pregnancy test so that you can know for sure: http://www.eganmedical.com/Pregnancy-Test-p/ormt-fhc-102h.htm

    The sooner you know the better, as most women need to make some lifestyle modifications in order to ensure the optimal health of the baby upon being born.


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