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My gf isn't on the pill, and we haven't had sex without a condom...but with oral or stuff some cum might have been on my body...i clean it everytime i finish though. question is if women can have their period after they have intercourse and still be pregnand? isn't period a sign of non pregnancy?
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Nope, a women cannot have a period and still be pregnant at the same time. So if she's had what looked like a normal period since her risk (if she did have a viable pregnancy risk to begin with), then it's safe to assume she's not pregnant.

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