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    Am i pregnant
    TheBaddestDoll posted:
    I had sex a day before i ovulated, so can i be pregnant?
    phoenixfire76 responded:
    If the sex was completely unprotected then your chances of becoming pregnant is 20%.

    Sad you aren't going to know either way until your next expected period date. *If* you miss your period when you next expect it by more than 3-5 days then you can do a home test with 1st morning urine.

    Best of Luck.
    TheBaddestDoll responded:
    well i came on but im producin milk so could that be a sign?
    phoenixfire76 replied to TheBaddestDoll's response:
    If you had normal for you period then you are NOT pregnant.

    If you did not have a normal period then take a test with 1st morning urine.

    Either way you may want to see a Dr. for the milk leakage.

    Best of Luck.

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