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Serpico##$&
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Hey hows it goin. Me and my girlfriend were messing around. I was a little worried about pregnancy so I posted in emergencies and crisis. You guys told me that there was no pregnancy risk from what we did. Exactly one week after we did that she got her period. My question is if hypethetically there had been a pregnancy risk, would her getting her period when she had and it lasting three days mean that we were free and clear from any chance of pregnancy? I ask because I read that it takes about a week for pregnancy to occure, but after a week, she had her period. Just curious. Thanks.
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Stephanie_1
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Yes, having a normal period would mean she had not been pregnant.

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Serpico##$&
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Ok thank you. So im assuming that it only being a week after doesnt make a difference.
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Hi I am trying to post a new question but i am unable to figure out how to do so. I just registered with this site. I have a question not regarding this forum.
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Nevermind, I found it!
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Stephanie_1
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Nope, she would have still missed her period.

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Serpico##$&
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Ok thank you so much.
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