i just had my period feb 23 2010; and i had sex march 05 could i be early pregna

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    quillandraposted 8 years ago

    i just had my period feb 23 2010; and i had sex march 05 could i be early pregnant iam not...

    feeling so well

  2. atieno profile image55
    atienoposted 8 years ago

    how long is your cycle (that is from the first day of your period to the next one)? It is not easy to give an answer based on the information you just gave. Once you find out what this is, subtract 14 then what you get is your fertile day plus 2 days before that and two days afetr that. If your cyle is usually 28 days then 28-14=14. Your fertile days are from day 12-16

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    krissmiss86posted 8 years ago

    Technically, you can get pregnant any time.  If you're worried about it, get a test.  But keep in mind, they're more accurate the closer to your missed period.

  4. RachelLynn profile image56
    RachelLynnposted 8 years ago

    Honey, you can get pregnant anytime during your cycle, as sperm can live for days inside of your body after you have sex.  Wait until you've missed your next period (I know it'll seem like it'll take forever) and get a pregnancy test from your local drug store.  There is no such thing as a false positive, because your body will make the hormone needed to be detected by a pregnancy test only if you're in fact pregnant.  You can try a pregnancy test sooner, but it's only the most accurate if you've given your body time to make the hormone, if it is making the hormone that is.  Good luck, and remember, if you are pregnant, there's many options other than abortion if you're unable to be a parent at this time.  Your local doctor or family planning agency can help you at any time.


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