Okay this is going to be kinda long and I apologize! Okay me and my boyfriend had sex without a condom 4 days after I stopped having my period. Ive heard from some people that it is easier to get pregnant right after you stop having your period. Is that true? Also ive had this thick white stuff coming out of me ever since we had sex is that normal? Im just looking for some answers since its too soon to take a pregnancy test.
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replied January 6th, 2005
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I hate to say this but there is a very good possibility that you are in fact pregnant. Yes you can get pregnant right after your period because semen lives in the female body 3-5 days. You can ovulate any time after you stop bleeding and in some women when you are bleeding. Extra discharge is a symptom of pregnancy, so is sore breasts, extra saliva, a missed period and so on. I suggest you get a first response pregnancy test. How far away is your period now?
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replied January 6th, 2005
I just finished my period last tuesday
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replied January 6th, 2005
The chance is there, but I wouldnt say there is a "very" good chance... Its a pretty decent chance though.

However I would wait until you are due for your next period before testing.
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replied January 7th, 2005
reneeanderson wrote:
i just finished my period last tuesday


uhmm yeah we really diddnt need to know that she asked for adviced not the last time you had you period
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replied January 7th, 2005
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I asked her when her last period was!!!!!!! :evil: and I agree with the other mommy there is a very slight chance that you may be but if you just finished then I think you will be ok. Keep us posted!
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