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I just got my period and its a week early..
is that normal?
i did some research on google and some say you can get an early period (ovulation) if you're pregnant and that starts 14 days usually after the time of the concieved egg..and i had protected sex about 13 days ago..and idk cause i thought during that time, that some seamen had escaped? but i dont know. maybe im worrying about nothing. atleast its not a missed period.

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If you used a condom and it did not break, or are taking birth control perfectly, the odds of you being pregnant are slim to none.

Just to reiterate, you cannot have a period and be pregnant. The body doens't work that way. A few women experience implantation bleeding, but this is a small, small amount, akin to spotting.

Periods can come early, late, or whatever suits their fancy for a myriad of reasons. Stress, habit and diet changes, etc can all cause period wonkiness.

There's nothing to worry about.

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