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    Sex for the first time with second bf... delayed period or pregnant?
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    D_loves_J posted:
    I am a 25 year old girl. I have had two doctors tell me it would be almost impossible to get pregnant without medical intervention. I never used anything with my first bf. We started dating when I was 17, lost my virginity to him at 18. Started dating girls at 19. Completely thought I was lesbian. I met this younger guy. He was so sweet, etc. etc. we were just friends, but he kept trying to pursue a romantic relationship and I guess he wore me down.. Anyway, we've been dating only a few months, but it felt right with him and we ended up making love... like all day. He was bigger than my first. I was VERY sore. I had a little blood afterwards. We didn't use anything and I feel stupid for doing that now so please no comments pertaining to that. I know I should have. He came inside of me a few times, but I got up really quickly and washed it out with cold water and soap. It won't happen again without protection. We just weren't planning on it, I guess. The question is this... I had some blood yesterday and I thought it was my period coming, but it didn't. Then, I thought perhaps left over blood from when we were together, but after googling.... I am freaking out!!! I read about impantation bleeding, etc. I also read about how having sex for the first time in a long time can delay your period though and if it is delayed, would I have a spot of brown blood like that? Please.. has anything like this happened to anyone? I took a pregnancy test and it was negative. My period isn't due for another two days and I don't think I can wait.
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    georgiagail responded:
    Pregnancy tests are quite accurate unless taken too early.

    Since you haven't provided information as to why two physicians have told you it would be almost impossible for you to get pregnant without medical intervention, we can't provide you any information as to your risk of pregnancy from unprotected intercourse.

    Gail
     
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    D_loves_J replied to georgiagail's response:
    I have precancerous complex ovarian cysts, a t shaped uterus, very thick lining..on my uterus, and it is also tilted back. I have gotten pregnant before when I was trying with my first bf/husband, but they ended in miscarriage. I don't want to go through it again.. not to mention my fam would be utterly shocked and disown me.
     
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    D_loves_J replied to georgiagail's response:
    Because of my cysts, I have a lot of pain when ovulating. I ovulated the day after we were together.
     
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    fcl replied to D_loves_J's response:
    Implantation bleeding (if it occurs ... it isn't as common as you might think) typically occurs 6-10 days after sex. Does that fit with your timeframe?


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