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I had my period after having sex, but now i am having stomach pain and my lower back is sore fiance and i were having sex and the condom split i took the morning after pill within a few hours of this happening...when my period came it was very light (my periods are always really heavy) but lasted the normal 5 nearly two weeks since my period stopped i have vaginal bleedind amd stomac pains and my lower back is sore ....i play gealic football which can be a rough sport. i had a match yesterday morning and the bleeding and stomac pains started last night is it possibe that the morning after pill didnt work and i could be pregnant or having a miscarrige
Asked On : Mon, 21 Mar 2011
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Hi welcome to Healthcaremagic

Hi...., By the above condition.., there is no chances of getting pregnant,..
since you had periods after the coitus.., not to worry about it..
the second episode of bleeding is a mid cycle bleeding... its called as Mittleschzte bleeding..hence there is no chances of pregnancy..
Hope I have answered your question..

Answered: Tue, 26 Jul 2011
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