If you are certain that you conceived then no, you most likely won't get your period. If you do then it should be much lighter than usual. If you get your period and it's just like it always is (same amount and length) then you are probably not pregnant. The only way to know for sure is to take a test.
I have a very important question. Me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex on the 6th and 7th of this month (june) and he ejaculated in me three times the 6th and once the 7th. What are the chances I could be pregnant? I took two urine tests and both came up negative but I havent gotten my period, I have that white discharge on my underwear, I,have been eating and sleeping more. My breasts arent tender though and ive only felt sick once this morning around 4:30 am. Help! Could I,be pregnant?
Question.. I got my period on June 15 and till now I didn't get it. It usually takes longer then 28 days for my cycle. I keep getting small mini pre cramps but no period. I've taken two tests one yesterday and one on the sat that passed. Test both were negative. What should I do and how long should I wait?
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