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I had umpetrated sex about 3 days before and a day right before I was support to have my period then I woke up with a little blood so I thought I started and then it stopped but I don't have normal periods like this

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If you are asking if you might be pregnant, the answer is very simply yes; ANY sex (protected OR unprotected) can lead to pregnancy. However, sex 1-3 days before your cycle is normally due is TYPICALLY not going to cause you to completely miss that cycle. The reason for this, is that when fertilization occurs (sperm meets egg) in the fallopian tube, it typically takes 3-4 days before the now-fertilized egg makes it to the uterus. However, SOME women experience what is called "implantation bleeding" when the egg attaches to the wall of the uterus, and many often mistake this for a "light" cycle. At this point, I'm afraid all you can do is wait; the hormone that detects pregnancy in home tests is not going to show up in urine until several weeks after implantation.
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