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daddyshorty6606
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I got my period on April 27th it stopped around 4pm on april 30th, around 330am on thursday my ex an i had unprotected sex he cam in me an started light bleeding after that for a couple hours stopped til friday april 2nd when i notice there was very light bright pinkish red blook on my pantys. whats the chances of me being pg? (today i just feel really weird) Ive had sex before after my period but protected sex an never had a bleeding out break like this ever!
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pyro_angel
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"til friday april 2nd"
I assume you mean May 2nd?
If you had sex Thursday, and today is Saturday, you still have time to take Emergency Contraception to lower your risk of pregnancy.
From Pregnancy Risk Assessment:
"Did you have unprotected penis-in-vagina intercourse (no condom, no other birth control of any kind), including ejaculation into or onto the vagina or vaginal area?

If you had unprotected vaginal intercourse including ejaculation into the vaginal or on the vaginal area, then you have a HIGH to VERY HIGH risk of pregnancy. If it has been less than 120 hours since your risk, you may obtain emergency contraception. If it has been greater than 10 days since your risk, see your health care provider as soon as possible for a pregnancy test and an STI screening."

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daddyshorty6606
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i do want a baby... an is hoping i am pg
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I read your other post and it sounds like your ex is only interested in keeping you around on his terms. And if that means controlling who you talk to then that's what he does. That is not a healthy relationship by any means.

Does he know that you want to get pregnant? Because if you are trying to get pregnant he has the right to know, especially if you want him to be involved in the pregnancy and parenting.

Why do you feel that you want to have his baby?

"Other aspects of emotional abuse can include: isolating a person by keeping them from friends or family, dismissing limits and boundaries, intentionally withholding general approval or support, constantly laying false blame on a partner, attempting to control someone’s appearance or their physical freedom through threats or belittling, profound possessiveness or a pattern of harming someone then begging their forgiveness or shifting the blame for abuse onto them. Emotional abuse is often thought to be the most benign form of abuse, however, it has the capacity to harm just as deeply as any other type of abuse, and for many people who have suffered a range of different abuses, emotional abuse can carry the deepest scars, especially when it has occurred during childhood or adolescence. As well, emotional and verbal abuse often escalate to other forms of abuse over time." - Blinders Off:Getting a Good Look at Abuse and Assault

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Well, you might be interested in these articles off our main site:
I Want It NOW!
The Reality of New Mommyhood
Also, if you do wish to become pregnant, it's important you see a doctor about getting as healthy as possible.

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daddyshorty6606
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He has known for the last year now that i have wanted kids. I dont care if he wants to be involved or not.
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But try not to forget that he will be legally responsible for the child, so you shouldn't do it behind his back.

Have you thought of talking to him about it and seeing how he feels?

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