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    Anon please and havent posted in other thread as i think nobody answers it.
    Anyway.

    Me and my girlfriend had sex on the 18th october, unprotected, i didnt *** and pulled out, no precum i dont think. never can be sure can you!
    Then on the 22nd of october we had sex again but the bloody condom came off, dont think *** was in her but I dont know, i just dont know.

    She had her period about 5 days late, claimed it was heavy, she doesnt think she is pregnant due to her period, but ive heard you can have your period and still be pregnant, so i dont know.

    She said she feels sick today, its been nearly 4 weeks since we did, my questions are;

    If she was how many weeks?
    Would it be 4 or 8?
    8 because her last period before that was september or 4 as it only counts from when the next one was due e.g 4?
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    Instead of asking how many weeks pregnant she could be take a ******* test
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    yeah can we take a test now? like i thought it was at a certain time?
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    You can take one
    In future, your girlfriend should get some sort of contraception or you should both invest in some condoms.

    Though I do highly doubt your girlfriend is pregnant btw
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    Oh thanks, so anytime is fine to take a test?
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    Oh thanks, so anytime is fine to take a test?
    Yup, excluding after the baby's birth, of course.
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    Yes, any time is fine to take a test. Although in the morning is meant to be better, because the urine is more concentrated then.
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    ok thanks again,
 
 
 
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