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jparanoid
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After two months straight of getting her period, does this discount my gf from being pregnant since the "scare" was the clitoris stimulation that occured almost three months ago?
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Robin Lee
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People who get their period are not pregnant. [Smile]

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scared_and_alone98
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Women do and can get spotting during pregnancy which some times can be mistaken as her period. Right Robin Lee?

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jparanoid
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but regarding spotting won't it be much less than a period? so when my girlfriend said that both the two periods were normal wouldn't that not be considered spotting?
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Scared, I have said this to you before and I will say it again for hopefully the last time: it is very unlikely that someone who is pregnant will experience any sort of bleeding that resembles a pregnancy. We are trying to help users in crisis here, and you are not helping by spreading misinformation. I am sure you would not appreciate it either if someone spread false information in threads you had started asking for information. (This is especially true in this case as you posted in one of the Expert Advice forums, where we ask users not to post in response and instead leave those questions to the volunteers and staff to answer. Please do not post replies here again.)

jparanoid, I am sorry about that. What Robin said above is true - someone who is getting their regular periods is not pregnant.

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Johanna
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jparanoid
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okay thank you. so first and foremost manual sex has no risk, my girlfriend got her period twice since the clitoris stimulation incident, and she has no felt pregnancy symptoms at all (nausea, increased sense of smell, breast enlargement), this then means that she is definitely not pregnant at all:)
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