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Question: Can It Be?

 LeahaDay2003 - Mon Mar 14, 2005 8:25 pm

When I had sex with my partner one month ago, we used no protection and he ejaculated into me on the 12th of february. :cry: I came on my cycle on the 13th of Feb. Is it possible for me to be pregnant because normally, I have alot of syptoms prior to my cycle coming on but i have not came on yet. :evil: I have been emotional and I have been very tired lately. My appetite has inreased and that is very unusual because I am very small. I have been gouging food down so fast that I refused to leave anything on my plate. Please Help Me :!: :!: :!: [/b]
 Dr. Anthony Solomon - Tue Mar 15, 2005 7:12 pm

I am not exactly sure what you mean when you say "I came on my cycle on 13 February".
If this means that you started menstruating on 13 February, and it was the usual pattern of menstruation, then it is most unlikely that you could be pregnant if you had unprotected sex on 12 February.

If your next period is delayed, a pregnancy test will then be indicated.

Dr Anthony Solomon
 LeahaDay2003 - Mon Mar 21, 2005 5:38 am

I began my period on Feb. 13. My period still hasn't came. I have one child so i remember the uterine cramps and how they feel. I seems like that is what is going on. Shouldn't my period come 21 days adjacent to my first? I seriously think I am. What do u think? :cry: :cry:

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