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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Menstruation and Miscarriage
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User :   yes um my girlfriend was suppose to get her period on february 17 or maybe the 18 n shes basicly one week late should we be worried?please help doctor.
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :  
User :   hello
Doctor :   does she get regular periods?
User :   yes
Doctor :   what is her usual menstrual period cycle length? i mean to ask in how many days gap does she usually get her periods? is it 28 day? or more or less?
User :   less shes gets it every 17th or 18th this is her first time missing one week of her period n we had sexual contact but i didnt cum in her
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
when was her last menstrual period?
User :   january 17th
Doctor :  
her fertile period would have been between26th -30th jan, and any unprotected intercourse during that time could result in pregnancy
Doctor :  
pre-cum is also known to contain few sperms
User :   i didnt precum n im on the phone with her and she had it on the 17th last month
Doctor :   and the woman is in fertile period during that time, th egg is released and pregnancy can happen
Doctor :  
sometimes due to stress, periods can be delayed upto 10 days
Doctor :  
ask her to wait another 1 week, and test for pregnancy
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