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Well I know that I am kind of jumping to conclusions but I would still like a little advice. I want to know if it is possible that I am pregnant. Well here is my situation. I had unprotected sex and the next day I started my period. I have heard so many different things about whether it is easier to get pregnant around that time or not. Since I had my period does that mean that I am not? Well I plan to get a pregnancy test done but I have to wait the proper amount of days until I can get a test done. If anyone has any advice please let me know
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A pregnancy test is pretty much all you can do right now, if the window for emergency contraception has passed. It is possible to get pregnant on your period, because not every woman ovulates at the same time in her cycle. Teenagers especially have erratic cycles, and can never fully know when they ovulate.
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