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    Justinmiller13 posted:
    Hi. My girlfrend is really nervous. We had sex in march 22. She had her period in april2. Its not late. She had a normal period. On the second month, she had her period in april27. Its 5days earlier. We had never had sex this april. Is she pregnant even though she had a normal period? We use a condom. Thankyou somuch to the one who can help me.
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    Anon_475 responded:
    She's had 2 periods - she's not pregnant. Cycles change during your life and can be shorter or longer some months. If she's really freaking out tell her to take a home pregnancy test.
     
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    Justinmiller13 replied to Anon_475's response:
    Thankyou so much anon_475. Really appreciate it.
     
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    Justinmiller13 replied to Justinmiller13's response:
    Can i have one more question? My girlfriend have blood clots in her period? Is it normal? its the first time she experienced this. her period has slower flow than normal period. Im sorry. Shes so paranoid, shes afraid of getting pregnant. I hope you can help me again. Thankypu very much


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