I normally dont sleep with guys. But i had a one night fling, we used a condom and it was on june 23 and i cant remember for sure but im pretty sure my last period was june 18. Well on wed. july4 i spotted a little, i just thought on my period then it stopped, i spotted a little on friday night and again tonight sat night. its very light just little spots and is a brownish color it looks like old blood. Could i be pregnant? My lower back is sore but that could be from something else and my boobs are just a little sore. Normally i dont spot between periods which is why i am wondering. Can i be pregnant?i only had sex once and we used a condom.
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Re: Can I Be Pregnant?
lisha32 wrote:
I normally dont sleep with guys. But i had a one night fling, we used a condom and it was on june 23 and i cant remember for sure but im pretty sure my last period was june 18. Well on wed. july4 i spotted a little, i just thought on my period then it stopped, i spotted a little on friday night and again tonight sat night. its very light just little spots and is a brownish color it looks like old blood. Could i be pregnant? My lower back is sore but that could be from something else and my boobs are just a little sore. Normally i dont spot between periods which is why i am wondering. Can i be pregnant?i only had sex once and we used a condom.


Yes, you could be pregnant because you had sex. For now, just wait until around july 15 or whenever your next period is due (about 28 days form your last period, though every woman is different) and then take a pregnancy test.
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