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    I'm freaking out
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    An_258580 posted:
    Okay, so I had sex about 4 or 5 weeks ago and I'm pretty sure I started my period right after that.. Well a little less than a week ago I was getting fingered around the time I was suppose to start my period and I started bleeding but it only lasted about a day or two and normally my period last up too 6 days.. Im patiently waiting for my period and I even too a pregnancy test this morning. It came up negative but I'm also thinking I might have peed too much on the stuck so it didn't work right. I'm feeling lazy but I guess that's nothing new lol Every time I've had sex there's a condom involved so am I just freaking my self out and maybe that two day period is normal ?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Most women will have an off period every now and then.
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