Hi there, my b/f and well I don't know I dont usually talk about stuff like this but I am 35 I usually have my periods around the 14th but the past 3 months it has been at the end of the month. Well me and my bf decided to make love on the 15 of this month of June thinking it was safe because I dont start know till the end of the month so I thought. But after we made love I was a little freak because this is the first time he actually went inside me and I was just there in shock. Then 3 days later I started my period. My mom says that just because I started my period and started sooner then normal doesn't mean nothing that I might have high rick of getting preg and I should keep an eye out for next month and if I dont start then I need to go in to get checked out or take a test is she right is that possible.. Never been pg before is this possView Thread
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