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Had unprotected sex after periods ended, getting menstrual cramping, on prenatals. Help?

My question is , my period ended the 25th of September and i've been sexually active with my boyfriend since the 26th and its been unprotected . I've been experiencing some light menstrual cramping since last thursday , its not everyday that i feel them , but when i get them i feel like they're contractions . I do have a three year old son and even if I was possibly pregnant , i wouldnt know the symptoms because its been so long , i am on prenatals right now because were TTC . I just need a doctors opinion on whats going on with my body right now , this has never happened to me before even with my first born .
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Hello
Thanks for your query.
The cramps could be premenstrual symptoms, or they could be indicative of implantation.
As soon as you miss your period, please take a pregnancy test.
that will conclusively tell you whats going on.
Until then it is only conjecture.
the symptoms are soreness of breasts, bloating, tiredness, but all these are not as reliable as a positive pregnancy test.
so wait till you skip your next period.
take care.
Answered: Fri, 18 Oct 2013
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