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Condom broke during sex, took pill. Cramps, back pain, bleeding. Was it my period? Pregnant?

Hi, I had sex with my boyfriend on January the 20th. Unfortunately the condom broke. I took a morning after pill just 16 hours after it happened. A few weeks later i had an OBGYN appt. and they started me on the pill. Then on February 10th i woke up with horrible cramps , my back was hurting, and i was bleeding. i assume this was supposed to be my period? Its now the 13th, and im having very little-almost no, blood on my tampon . Im afraid that i am pregnant.. do you think i am?
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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you had sex on 20th january and your partner's condom broke but you are afraid of pregnancy and consulted Gynecologist and taken pills afterwards about more than 20-21 days you had bleeding for three days and than stopped or convert in traces means you are cleared of your fear of pregnancy, so there is rare chance of any pregnancy, even than you can go for pregnancy test(which is very simple), and be sure that you don't have any pregnancy now.
Good luck and take care.
Answered: Thu, 26 Sep 2013
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