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Irregular period for two days after unprotected sex. Gassy, cramps in stomach. Cause?

Hello, I didn t have my period for over a month, then I had unprotected Sex,I got an irregular period two days later normally very heavy bleeding and bad cramps but it was light and no cramping. Now over two weeks later I am very gassy,and I m getting cramps in my stomach . I have heard it is not possible to get pregnant two days before your period what is going on??
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016


If your previous cycles were regular, then having unprotected sex 2 days before expected period date is very much safe. Here, chance of pregnancy is nil literally. But you should wait for next normal period.

Reasons for irregular period with light flow are hormonal imbalance, irregular diet habit, mental upset, psychological factor, weight change, thyroid disturbance etc. You may need to undergo some investigation if you miss next period.

Stomach cramp & gaseous abdomen are mostly due to indigestion problem or altered diet pattern. You can take some antacid to alleviate this problem.

In this stage, you must take balanced diet with iron supplements, avoid stress, drink plenty water/ fluid, keep bowel habit regular, do physical exercise, eat carotene based vegetables and take sound sleep.

Be well & always practice safe sex.
Answered: Tue, 21 Oct 2014
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