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Mensuration twice in a month. Had unprotected intercourse. Pregnant? When can I take pregnancy test?

I had my menstrual twice in one month, but the night before my menstrual came down the second time, I had intercourse. We used no protection and he did not come out. My cycle normally comes on at the beginning of every month. I am cramping! Do you think I m pregnant or will I have another menstrual cycle to come on in a couple of days? When can I take a pregnancy test?
Asked On : Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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Thanks for writing in.
Having your periods twice a month is abnormal and needs to be looked into. Most commonly, it occurs due to anovulatory cycles. It is extremely unlikely that you have conceived since ovulation is not taking place. If you usually get your period once a month at a particular date, then you should be expecting it again at that time. If you miss this period, then do a urine pregnancy test 1 week afterwards.
If this thing ( getting period twice/ missing periods without conceiving) repeats, please see a physician. We'd need to get an ultrasound to make sure everything's fine.
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Answered: Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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