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hugzandkisses33
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A couple of weeks ago i had unprotected sex with my ex. Recently i got my period but it was really light and lasted about 3 days. could this have been spotting? could i be pregnant?

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dailicious
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It's possible that it could have been. You'll need to take a pregnancy test to know whether or not you are pregnant.

A pregnancy test should be accurate now if you take one. If you get a negative result, you can test again in one week to double check. If it comes up positive, you'll need to see a doctor about your options.


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