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My periods are delayed and I only have light bleeding with cramps and back pain

I have been having stomach cramps today and back pains all week? Please help 17 days ago I had sex with my partner but he pulled out before he ejaculated, he had just masturbated and ejaculated not long before, I was supposed to start my period the following week but I never did, then yesterday it started to sting slightly at the und of peeing. But today it wasn t as bad, and today I have started bleeding like a light period when my periods are usually heavy. I am worried about what it could be as I am usually very regular and heavy on my period. Also I have been having stomach cramps today and back pains all week? Please help? What could it be? Thanks
Asked On : Tue, 22 Feb 2011
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Welcome To Health Care Magic,
A small amount of semen if left inside can cause pregnancy.Go to your doctor and get a pregnancy test done for your satisfaction It cant surely be pregnancy but you never know.Next time better use a contraception.
Answered: Tue, 9 Aug 2011
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