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tee
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if you have sex and like the first 3 time he went in you with no condum but then the next few times he did on saturday and then like on tuesday or wednsday you come on your period can you still get pregnant
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can some one pleez answer my question i really need to find out pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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Isn't this essentially the exact same question I answered in your topic here?
http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/Forum28/HTML/002208.html

The answer is basically the same. It's fairly unlikely, but that doesn't mean it can't happen.

I understand you want an answer to your question, but we work on a volunteer basis and can't all be at the computer 24/7. You have posted this question three times in three different places, that will NOT get you a reply faster and it is against the Guidelines you agreed to when you signed up.

Not only has this situation you're describing brought on (although unlikely, again) pregnancy risks, there are also substantial STD risks.

You have posted a couple questions that really seem to me that you're not making wise decisions about your own health and well being. Please take the time to read these articles:

Ready or Not? The Sex Readiness Checklist
Safe, Sound and Sexy
What's the Risk? (About pregnancy risks)

[This message has been edited by dailicious (edited 09-30-2005).]


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Umm I heard that theirs a even more bigger chance of a girl getting pregnant on her period.?
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That's not true. There's not necessarily LESS of a chance to become pregnant if you have sex on your period, but technically being on your period means you can't be ovulating, and hence no egg to be fertilized for you to become pregnant. (This does NOT mean however the risk is reduced, since sperm can live in the vagina for up to 5-7 days it is possible for a woman to ovulate within that time after mesntruating and become pregnant).

What there IS a HIGHER risk of during mesntruation is STI transmission due to the amount of blood and other vaginal fluids during this time.


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