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bommie
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I've read that you can have what seems to be like a 'full period' when ur pregnant. This month my period's been a little early but the earlier months my roomate and I had similar period times[ I've been home for about a month for so ] I've had my normal period symtoms a few days before [ a lil back pain and cramps] and have had a mostly normal period [ Light, lil heavy, light. I've always been a lil irregular so the flow sometimes is more than others. Lasting for a total of 4/5 nights ]. I did have sex with my boyfriend the day before I got my period and about 4 days before that. I'm pretty sure I'm being paranoid but I just wanted to make sure that everything is normal. Should I be worried?

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Heather
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The pertinent question is this: was the sex unprotected or not? In other words, did you have a viable risk of pregnancy and/or STIs?

A few days early generally isn't anything abnormal, and it sounds to me like you have had a normal period. But whether or not to question that is going to be based on if you did have an actual risk.


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