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wantmenstruation
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Sorry for making another post but no one was replyin ok so om my previous post http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/28/t/006374.html there i wanted to ask this Im sorry but im a little too scared are you sure that there was no risk even if he had a little precum and touched my pubic hair during my ovu two months ago and that my past two menses were not decidual bleedings

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I understand that you are worried, but please understand that all of us working here are volunteers, so we cannot be on the boards 24/7. Too, during the holidays, we're all a little more busy than usual.

Decidual bleeding is not common at all, and it's not likely to happen when you expect your period, and mimic your period. So, if you started bleeding when you were due for your period, and the bleeding looked roughly like what you are used to from your periods, you can be sure that it WAS a period, and not something else.

And it's not possible to have a regular period and still be pregnant.

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