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me and my boyfriend have been tryin for a baby for last couple weeks, he has cum in me over that time at least 6 different occasions. but i came on my period about an hour ago, but its light, is there a chance its just the light period and i could still be pregnant or is it my actual period?


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When was the last time you had unprotected sex? If it's been at least 10 days, you can take a pregnancy test and know for sure whether or not you are pregnant. Otherwise, you can wait and see if this period is a normal period for you (length, flow, etc.). It isn't unusual for a period to start off a bit lighter and get heavier; it's also quite common to have a bit of a lighter or heavier period every once in awhile.

Per trying to get pregnant, have you talked to your doctor to make sure that you're healthy enough physically to become pregnant? Have you and your boyfriend discussed the financial and emotional aspects of raising a child?

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