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Periods came early after unprotected sex. Pregnancy test negative. Chances of pregnancy?

Hello. I m 30 and always have 28 day cycle. On 05/30 i ve had unprotected sex and then on 06/09 my period came ( 3 days early & 10th day after conception ) . The bleeding was very pink the 1st day , then got darker and lasted only 4 days ( completely gone on 06/13) . My regular period was suppose to sart on 06/12. Could i be pregnant and yet show negative on home pregnancy tes ??? P.s : with my first daugher i was having regular periods for the 1st trimester - is there an explanation for this as well ?? Thanks !!!
Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
menstrual cycles can fluctuate due to many factors,
like stress and strain, weight gain or loss, any recent illness etc can affect the hormonal balance at different levels of hypothalamo pituitary ovarian axis and can lead to menstrual irregularities.
as 30th May falls on fertile period there is chance of pregnancy,
in that case your bleeding should be implantation bleeding,
now you better consult local gynecologist and undergo blood test for pregnancy which will rule out the chance of pregnancy.
take care.
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