my partner pulled out when he was coming,andi got my period like 2 weeks after,c

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  1. profile image51
    delosreyesposted 8 years ago

    my partner pulled out when he was coming,andi got my period like 2 weeks after,can i still be...


  2. villanueva21 profile image75
    villanueva21posted 8 years ago

    nope your not pregnant. if your late you would probably know that your pregnant but you just had your period. i guess your partner is not ready to have a child with you yet. why pull out, once started should be finished.

  3. ErinElise profile image73
    ErinEliseposted 8 years ago

    Hi delosreyes,

    Generally, once you become pregnant your periods will stop.  I have been pregnant five times (two miscarriages and three pregnancies) and knew pretty well that I was pregnant after a few days.  I've never had a period after conception.  There are stories of women having a period while believing they were pregnant, but maybe they weren't actually pregnant then and became pregnant after the period was over. 

    Just for your information about becoming pregnant, from what I know and my experience, there is a only small window of time when a woman can actually get pregnant - it is between the 9th and 14th day from the LAST day of your period.

    As far as my pregnancies, I know what day each of my children were conceived which gave me a near exact due date and they were all born on their due dates.  My first son was conceived July 18 and he was born April 15.  The second was conceived on Valentine's Day and was born November 10th.  My twins were conceived on March 15th and were born on December 13th (amazingly, they were full-term which is not usually the case with twins). 

    I hope that helps.  You probably aren't pregnant if you had a period.   If you have a Dollar Tree or 99 Cents Store near you, the pregnancy tests they sell there do actually work.  Just FYI.

    Have a great day.

  4. Susana S profile image97
    Susana Sposted 8 years ago

    It's extremely unlikely that you're pregnant if your period was completely normal. If it was different and was a lot shorter and brownish in color then it's possible it was implantation bleeding rather than a period.

    Just to clarify on something Erin said which was incorrect. Ovulation *normally* occurs around 14 days after the FIRST day of your period. But depending on a whole host of factors you can actually ovulate at any time during your cycle so don't take risks if you really don't want to become pregnant.


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