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i dont know if im imagining pregnancy symptoms or is there really a possibility,i got of birth control(the implanon)on dec.13th the day after my birthday.took me untill jan.21st to get my period again, although i was intimate everyday before that time i did not get pregnant. but asked a docter and they said that i could concieve immediatley in my next period which was jan.21st i was intimate days before i got my period and the night before i got my period. with out protection and the next morning i got my period it last for 5 days but there was only blood for 4 days, then it turned brwn on the 5th day and i had sex that day. my period usually last7 days. the same day i came on i went to the dcter and got a vaginal ultra sound and a pelvic exam and they said there was absolutely nonthing there. but i think it was wayyy too early to go to the docter. i ovulated on the 2nd of febuary-6th and was intimate the entire time and he came inside. im expecting my period on the 18th, can i be preg


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replied February 16th, 2011
Birth Control Answer A19658
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
If you are ovulating (having egg release) periodically in each menstrual cycle, then chances of pregnancy are possible with unprotected intercourse. Few women can get period like bleeding (usually shorter and lighter bleeding as compared to their usual periods) during their expected period time in the first few months of pregnancy (decidual bleeding). Wait for your next periods. Look out for development of any new symptoms suggestive of pregnancy. Visit your gynecologist/obstetrician for a thorough evaluation if you do not have your periods or have abnormal periods or if you have symptoms suggestive of early pregnancy.
Take care.



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