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could i be pregnant if i got my period one week early?!?!?!?
okay so, i got my period one week early, and my period usually lasts between 5-7 days, i'm on my fourth day and it looks like im ending, i just stopped taking birth control in june and im scared...... my boyfriend and i have used protection and we dont have sex alot, and im thinking im may be stressing a little too much over this .......someone HELP!!!
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1436083 tn?1291468961
It's unlikely that u are pregnant, it's probably your body trying to regulate it's cycle by itself without the help of the contraceptives.
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Yeah, you can't have a period if you are pregnant. Only light bleeding from what I understand. Sometimes you can stress yourself out SO much that you actually feel pregnant, you get symptoms too sometimes. I'm sure your not prego!
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If you got your period, even if its slightly early and a little off, then you are not pregnant. Getting off of birth control can really throw cycles for a couple months. Best thing to do is try to relax, if you are worried about pregnancy then wait until you miss a period and test. Also, if you don't want to get pregnant anytime soon you can use condoms but they are not 100% so you may want to get onto another type of birth control.
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