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Rose31
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I had sex over a month ago, (I am on birth control and used a condom). 5 days after I started my period, right on time and completely normal. This month my period also started on time, but it is extremely light and irregular. It is mostly brown blood with some pink. Is it possible to still be pregnant? Or is stress about possibly being pregnant making my period irregular? Thanks!
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Sam W
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Hi Rose

If you have had multiple periods since you last had sex, then you are not pregnant. A little irregularity in your periods is completely normal.

[ 04-14-2014, 08:31 PM: Message edited by: Sam W ]

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