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    I had sex two weeks before my period was due, I then had my period a week early so it was 22 days earlier which it never does being honest. Now I have finished my period, I have gained a bit of weight, I keep feeling sick, I feel more tired and my body is always hurting.
    I don't know if I should do a test or not
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    I had sex two weeks before my period was due, I then had my period a week early so it was 22 days earlier which it never does being honest. Now I have finished my period, I have gained a bit of weight, I keep feeling sick, I feel more tired and my body is always hurting.
    I don't know if I should do a test or not
    Only way to be sure is to do a test. But if you have had your period (as heavy as you normally do) you should be OK. It might just be a bug. It's normal for periods to come a week early or late sometimes. It happens to everyone
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    Only way to be sure is to do a test. But if you have had your period (as heavy as you normally do) you should be OK. It might just be a bug. It's normal for periods to come a week early or late sometimes. It happens to everyone
    It was heavy for one day and that was it, light the rest
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    I had sex two weeks before my period was due, I then had my period a week early so it was 22 days earlier which it never does being honest. Now I have finished my period, I have gained a bit of weight, I keep feeling sick, I feel more tired and my body is always hurting.
    I don't know if I should do a test or not
    You menstruated after sex, so if you're pregnant I'll be very surprised. If you don't know, take a test, simples.
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    It was heavy for one day and that was it, light the rest
    If that is what you normally have you should be OK but just to be on the safe side take a test
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    If that is what you normally have you should be OK but just to be on the safe side take a test
    It's not what I normally have that's why I'm saying
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    It's not what I normally have that's why I'm saying
    Take the test.
 
 
 
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