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caralara
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so i used to post here due to my pregnancy scare. I understand that manual sex has low risk or even no risk of pregnancy. My period was a late week in january probably bcs i was too stressed out about getting pregnant after the manual sex. and it lasted for 10 days which is normal.for.me. my period was heavy. but now im having a lot of pregnancy symptoms, my lower back aches, im always dizzy and hungry. Im so scared. Could i still be pregnant though ive got my period?
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Heather
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If you have not taken part in things that can cause a pregnancy, you cannot be pregnant. That would be true even without ANY periods.

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caralara
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So if i have got my period i wont be pregnant. Right?
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Heather
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Last time: you cannot be pregnant based on the information you have posted here.

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caralara
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hi im just wondering is bloated stomach one of pms symptoms?
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Heather
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Bloating is something many people commonly experience with or around menstrual periods.

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