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I have been having two periods a month for at least the last 4-6 months. August I believe I had 2 of them. September was at the very end and was heavier and last a day or two longer than usual. And so it was one cycle for september obviously my cycles have been irregular. And now that I just had relations with a guy around the 20th of september, my cycle started 27 of september,and ended on that next thursday, how likely is it that I could be pregnant? Since I just had my cylce, after about 2 weeks of relations, is it still possible to get pregnant from that time? How soon is too soon to test? I am off my cycle now and am having a little pelvic pain or aching. Whats that about? Thanks!

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replied October 7th, 2014
Am I Pregnant Answer A49504
Thank you for contacting EHF. Since you had your menses after intercourse, you are unlikely to be pregnant. As for your pelvic pain or aching , it can be a separate condition like pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, adenomyosis, even torsion of fibroids. That can be accurately evaluated by a gynecologist. Please visit E health care center for futher guidance.
Dr. Khan

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