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mIsS aShLeY
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Heres the deal...A friend of mine she had sex with this guy 4 mounths ago and she has not had sex scence she has had all of her periods. What are the chances that she could be pregnent?
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wobblyheadedjane
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Nada. You cannot be pregnant and still have full-fledged periods at the same time. If she has had four months of regular periods, she is not pregnant.
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