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Do you get pregnant before or after your period? someone please answer this for me!!! asap!!! and explain.

ok so on April 13th (me and my boyfriend were split up) I had a sexual encounter with a old friend and he came in me. my period came that following may 4th. me and my boyfriend got back together on the 10th of may. and had plenty of sexual encounters. in the middle of June I find out that I am pregnant (did not have June period) is it my old friends child or my boyfriends??? I am so confused some one please explain this pregnancy cycle to me in detail. no rude and ignorant comments...just need a little advice.

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If you had a period in May, then you were not pregnant. Your period is the shedding of the lining of your uterus - if you were pregnant, you wouldn't need to shed that lining as you'd need it for the baby.

Typically a woman ovulates about 10-14 days after the first day of their last period. You can however get pregnant at pretty much any time as sperm can live up to 5-7 days, which is why if you are not looking to get pregnant you should always use birth control.

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thank you for responding. so it is my boyfriends. whew!!!
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Your pregnancy is your current boyfriend's because you already had your period in May. You need to let your boyfriend aware of this so that you can both decide a way forward. Also speak to a doctor about your options.

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thank you for the advice. and believe me he already is aware. he knows me and jeff had sex. he's actually right here lol but we just wanted to know facts to kind of ease our minds. thank you hun
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If you got pregnant before your period was due you wouldn't have a period at all. No pregnancy then period comes pregnancy then no period comes.

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