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    Could i be pregnant HELP
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    nequa200 posted:
    OKA I had unprotected sex last month on Oct5-7 then my period came the next week on Oct10th(aweekEARLY) for me. the next month i had unprotected sex again on Nov,7th and my period came on the next day on Nov8th. According to last month my period is a little early! could i be pregnant!?! Im only 18 and
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    I wouldn't necessarily say your period came early. A cycle of 28-35 days is considered normal and you're well within that range. Besides, bleeding is not a sign of pregnancy. If you don't want to get pregnant, use birth control each time you have sex.


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