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    About 2 months ago, me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex. I got my period 1 or 2 days later, but it was unusually light, and I haven't had one since. I am usually quite regular. Could I possibly be pregnant?
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    Yes.
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    Despite having a period afterwards, even?
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    You said yourself it was "unusually light".

    But your question was "Could I possibly be pregnant?". You had unprotected sex.

    OF COURSE YOU COULD BE PREGNANT


    I suggest you go and take a pregnancy test.
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    Okay, will do. Thanks. Just needed some reassurance that I wasn't over-reacting.
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    There is a high probability you could be.
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    You could work out what time your cycle you had sex and if your egg was ready to be fertilised or not... But yes, do a pregnancy test anyway.
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    You could work out what time your cycle you had sex and if your egg was ready to be fertilised or not... But yes, do a pregnancy test anyway.
    And how would I go about working that out? Just wondered if it was possible if I'd had a period after I'd had sex.
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    Having sex usually means theres a chance you may be pregnant.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    And how would I go about working that out? Just wondered if it was possible if I'd had a period after I'd had sex.
    You're most fertile two weeks after your period, but it is possible to get pregnant any time.

    You need to take a test, it is possible you are pregnant, although it could be stress delying your period.
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    Im going to go against whats been said here and say that by 2 months into pregnancy, youre going to know yourself weather youre pregnant or not, given your body will already have undergone changes - breast changes, often cramping pains like period pains, and by month 2 you can probably start seeing the bump. If you havent noticed by this point, chances are youre not pregnant.

    However, if youre concerned, get tested and put your mind at ease, Im not a doctor (yet) and regardless, based upon 2 lines of text there is no way to know with any certainty either way
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    (Original post by martin101)
    Im going to go against whats been said here and say that by 2 months into pregnancy, youre going to know yourself weather youre pregnant or not, given your body will already have undergone changes - breast changes, often cramping pains like period pains, and by month 2 you can probably start seeing the bump. If you havent noticed by this point, chances are youre not pregnant.

    However, if youre concerned, get tested and put your mind at ease, Im not a doctor (yet) and regardless, based upon 2 lines of text there is no way to know with any certainty either way
    This isn't necessarily true.
    Some women can not know they are pregnant right up until the day they give birth.

    However OP, the idea of sex is to have babies.. so by having sex, there is a definite chance of babies.. or STD's..
 
 
 
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