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hopeless - May 19th 2011, 06:31 AM

I had unprotected sex on april 17th and 2 days later I started my period, then I counted 30 days from when my period ended and I should start next week. Or should I of counted when my period started or even when I had sex? I'm worried I might be prego. I also started taking birth control in the middle of the month and now i'm spotting? Please help?
   
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Re: hopeless - May 19th 2011, 07:12 AM

You should definitely see a professional seeing as you've lost track of some things. It might be embarrassing, but it's a whole lot better than having a baby! Sorry I couldn't be of any more help (I'm not very good with these things) but I assure you a professional won't leave anything to chance, and will make sure you're cycle is fine or your 'baby' is humanely killed (if you want that). You can go to walk-in clinics if you're afraid of seeing a family doctor. There's also medications such as 'Plan B' which are over the counter and help you get back to normal again, but again, you should ask a doctor to make sure it's the right thing for you. Good luck! Carpe Diem.


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