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Had unprotected sex. Missing periods, started spotting, tummy tightening. Concerned

I have been having periods from the age of 13 never missed one in my life, in December I started to have unprotected sex and this month they haven t shown I was due on the 13th April, my periods have gradually been getting lighter and I also experince tightings around my tummy every know and again that makes it go hard and it lasts for a few seconds
Asked On : Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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hi there,
since you have missed your period for the first time and history of unprotected sex you might have gotten check u can go to the nearest med store and get a pregnancy kit and do the needful.

other causes could be stress,any form of infection,or it is sometimes considered normal if you miss a period.

with age the amount of blood lost decreases so there is nothing to worry

and about your tightening in tummy it could be a spasm if it gets severe you can consult a near by doctor for an anti-spasmodic tab.

Answered: Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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