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ChelseaMarie posted:
I've been having unprotected sex for awhile and today(Feb. 13, 2013) i was supposed to start my period. I have a pad on just incase i am on my period and i just got very very little blood on my pad. I also been having a little preg symptoms too. Could i be pregnant? Could that be implantion bleeding? If im pregnant i would be exactly 4 weeks today.
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An_250430 responded:
Your question is can you be pregnant after having unprotected sex??!? UMMM...YES, of course you could be pregnant, thats how babies are made!! It would be very, very early to be having pregnancy symptoms at exactly 4 wks, but possible. Go buy a home preg. test, one that tests 4-5 days before your missed period, these are the most sensitive. (First Response, EPT, ect). If you can afford it get one of the digital ones, they are the easiest to read and don't leave you guessing and wondering ...("is that really 2 pink lines?").. If its negative test again in a few days if you still haven't gotten your period. If your not pregnant look into investing in some kind of birth control so you wont have any more pregnancy scares!


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