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Had unprotected sex. Started irregular periods, getting cramps at night. Should I be worried for pregnancy?

Hi, I had unprotected sex about four nights ago, and my period started normally, when it was due, and yesterday it started to be irregular. It stopped, the in the middle of the day I started bleeding again, and a few hours later stopped again. Then that night I had bad cramps . Today, the same thing happened. Yet, I haven t had cramps yet. Let me remind you, the man did not ejaculate in me, but he did pre-ejaculate . Should I be worried that I m pregnant?
Asked On : Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for writing to us with your health concern.
He did not ejaculate, and it was just 4 days before your period.
I do not think there is any chance for pregnancy.
An infection is more likely given the cramps.
Have a gynaecological assessment after your periods.
Take care.
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