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betterdays
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hey there scarleteen, i just had a quick question so i can cool my jets haha. for a while i was worried that my girlfriend was pregnant, but she got her period and now everything is ok. i was with her yesterday, and she just looks kinda big, i mean shes always been this way sorta but i mean it stands out more to me. maybe just because i worry to much. but ever since the risk, she's had two normal periods i guess. and i know they were her real periods because shes mentioned things like, oh I can't touch myself im on my period, or i feel horrible blah blah the symptoms of a normal period. but just wondering, can a girl still get her period if she's pregnant? just knew that if shes pregnant she misses a period, but i wasnt sure if they stop them all completely. maybe give me an answer and perhaps an explanation for the sake of knowledge? thanks a lot.

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It is impossible to have a regular period and be pregnant. So, if your girlfriend has had two regular periods since your risk, then there is no way she can be pregnant.

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