Hi I just turned 21 last month... My period is very regular my cycle is like always 28 days just last one was 25 days I think because of the excercise... But I am now 4 days late according to my calendar I should have gotten it the 15th... Should I be worried that I could be pregnant because I had unprotected sex like 3 or 4 days after my last period ended???
You could very well be pregnant. Even if you didn't ovulate the day you had sex, you could have easily ovulated within the 5 or so days following when the sperm would still have been within your reproductive tract. Unprotected sex is not ok if you don't want a baby even when on your period because of things like this. I would take a test and see.
Yea I know that's what I'm worried about... Even tho I am getting all the symptoms I get when I get my period but I still haven't gotten it so will test on Monday if my period doesn't come by then... Thanks!!!
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