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Marigold15
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Hi, I just have a question. Is it possible for someone to have a NORMAL menstrual cycle during a period? Because I had my period 2 months in a row the 2nd month i was 2 days late with 4 days of heavy bleeding and 3 days of moderate to light bleeding (Same as the first month). My partner and I had dry sex and fingered me before the first period i mentioned.(No sexual intercourse or ejaculation) [Roll Eyes]
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Stephanie_1
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I'm not sure I understand what you're asking here... can you rephrase please?

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Marigold15
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My apologies if i was not clear. Is it possible for someone to have a NORMAL menstrual cycle during a period? I'm just worried if i have any possibility of being pregnant? Because I had my period 2 months in a row the 2nd month i was 2 days late with 4 days of heavy bleeding and 3 days of moderate to light bleeding (Same as the first month). My partner and I had dry sex and fingered me before the first period i mentioned.(No sexual intercourse or ejaculation)Is there still any possibility with 2 heavy normal periods in a row?
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Stephanie_1
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There's not a pregnancy risk in what you described - and the periods are both normal periods so there's no reason to think you are. Have a look at this: Pregnancy Scared?

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