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    An_249260 posted:
    me and my bf had intercourse on the 14,15,19, and the 28 of november.my period is suppose to come on the 5th of dec. on sunday i started cramping a little and spotting a light pinkish color. my period never starts early and i never cramp.i have a 28 day cycle and i am always on time. Could i be pregnant or am overreacting..help someone???
     
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    claraaxel13 responded:
    Honestly the only way to be absolutly sure is to take a home test. They are 99% accurate withing five days of your period. Since today is the 4th you would get an accurate result, but the best results are with your first urination of the morning. Just breathe and try to relax. Hope this helps.


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