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Can having hard pounding sex delay my periods ?

i am 30 years old, 5 9, 185lbs, and for the most part very healthy. i have 3 children and had abortion in january 2011. my period is about 2 weeks late now and i took 2 hpt and iam not pregnant . about a week ago i noticed some pinkish fluid after having rough sex but no period. could that have been my period? or could having sex (hard pounding) sex delay my period? could i maybe have std? HELP!!!
Asked On : Fri, 29 Jul 2011
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Periods can be delayed by a variety of factors like emotional stress, any illnesses, even hormonal disorders like PCOD. You would need to consult a Gynaecologist and get a thorough checkup, a PAP smear and if required a scan to look for any problems in your ovaries. While you are at it you can get tested for STDs and urinary infection if your Doctor suspects. Drink plenty of water.
Answered: Sat, 30 Jul 2011
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