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archer
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Hi i am back again and no this time its not a pregnancy scare but just wanted to check something...i am sure u guys would help me...

is it possible to have something that u think of as a risk on 5th of july, get a normal period on the 9th of july and the period lasts 5 days normally have no risk after that.... and still have a possibility of pregnancy? no right? i know it sounds stupid but just wanted to check

thanks

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LilBlueSmurf
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No, it is not possible to have a a normal period and be pregnant from a risk that happened before the period.

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