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I always come on my period the end of the month but last time I had unprotected sex was on the 11th of last month I came on my period the next day now I'm on my period again but I came on the 10th & I'm a heavy bleeder I'm not bleeding as much but I still on my period.
Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you to do a pregnancy test. I ALWAYS advise a pregnancy test whenever the bleeding is unusual for you. It is not at all uncommon for a woman to have an "off" cycle now and then, so chances are good that this is not anything serious, and that it will sort itself out, but do the test! Dr B
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