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  1. Michelle is a sexually active college student. On Saturday night, she has unprotected sex with her boyfriend. On Monday evening, she experiences the twinge of mid-cycle pain that she typically feels when she is ovulating. This makes Sherrise extremely anxious that she might soon learn she is pregnant. Is Sherrise’s concern valid? Why or why not?

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