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Anonymous asked in Pregnancy & ParentingPregnancy · 7 years ago

got my period the day after having sex, can that tell if pregnant or is it too early?

if i had sex, and the next day i got my period, im for sure not pregnant right cause ive gotten my period? or would i have gotten it if i was to be pregnant, because its so soon after?

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  • 7 years ago
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    If you got your period at all you arent pregnant. You wouldnt have been ovulating the day before your period or even close to that regardless so the chance of you being pregnant is zero. A pregnancy test is not needed so dont waste your money. Any time you get your period it is not humanly possible to be pregnant at the same time, so anyone who says they got their periods while pregnant doesnt know the difference between that and decidual bleeding and should do research. You werent ovulating the day before your period either so you didnt conceive therefore you convicing yourself its too soon and you conceived and got your period anyways is not possible. You should do research, it would help get you answers you need and inform you better.

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  • 4 years ago

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    4 years ago

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    6 years ago

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    6 years ago

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  • 7 years ago

    You got a period,you're not pregnant.

    Generally you ovulate mid cycle or two weeks prior to the day you expect(or get) your period.

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  • 7 years ago

    Since you are getting your period, I don't think you are pregnant. However, it would still be safe to take a pregnancy test or check with a doctor.

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  • no ur not pregnant b.

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