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Question: Am I pregnent ?


 kisa - Mon Jun 20, 2005 12:50 pm

I now have my 25th day of my periods. I usually have 27 days of periods. This was when i wasnt sexually active. But i had sIex some days ago, I am not sure anything happened. but I usually have a severe pain before my periods. but Its already the 25th day and I had pain yesterday. Today I don't have pain at all. Will it be painful if i am pregnent ? Will my periods date differ when i become sexually active ? Please Help me with this.... I am very worried Am I pregnent ?
 Shannon Morgan, CMA - Mon Jun 20, 2005 5:08 pm

User avatar It is possible to get pregnant from only one time having sex, if there is no birth control.

There is really no way of knowing if you are or not, you will have to take a pregnancy test to find out, although you need to wait until the first day of a missed period. If your periods are every 27 days, take test on the 28th day.

Worry and stress can also delay periods for days or weeks, so don't panic if it's late. Sexual activity doesn't change your normal cycle, but lots of other things can, stress being the most common.

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