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My Girlfriend and I have a question.

We are sexually active and using condoms only. She had a light period on the 3rd of Feb. Her period was due on Mar 3 to Mar 7 but id did not come. She had all the signs and symptoms of pregnancy starting around Feb 20th.

On the 11th of Mar I ejaculated inside her. On the 14th of March she had a very strange period. Her lining came out in large chunks. the first thing that came out was wet and pink, so wet that it soaked the sheets. It was pink and wet. The following day Mar 15th a large piece came out it was black, red, gray and had white spots on it. It was about 2 1/2 inches in diameter and thick. Black on one side and red on the other with what looked like small hairs. More large pieces and clots followed. The clotting stopped on the 17th or March and she now has what looks like fresh blood or normal period.

We took a lot of tests maybe 9 all different hpt's all negative. We went to the Dr on the 18th and her hcg is less than 01.000 (<01.000)

We are confused by what is happening. She was not pregnant from what we can tell. However could she have conceived after the 11th when I ejaculated in her. We are not trying to have a baby at this time but we are not opposed to the idea. We just need help and advice.

Is she pregnant now?

Dates Break down
Feb 3rd:       Light Period
Feb 20th:      Symptoms of Pregnancy
Mar 3rd, 7th:  Missed Period
Mar 11th:      Unprotected Sex
Mar 14th:      Strange Period
Mar 18th:      Negative Blood Test

thank you

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Your period is based on your ovulation. If you ovulate early your period will be early, and vise versa. hCG will start to show on a blood test 1 to 3 weeks after conception. HPT for hCG will show up 2 to 4 weeks after implantation. If you have a normal period you can still be pregnant. The best thing to do is see your Dr. and have a blood test run for bhCG and qualitive hCG tests. this will confirm the pregnancy hormone. Good luck<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

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