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Pain in the lower back, pelvic region. Had sex during periods, used condom, taken unwanted 72, have pms symptoms well ahead of periods due. Normal?

hello sir,i had sex on the fifth day of my period we usd condom and ys a very slight penetration without condom,that i can say was barely touching the vaginal orifice,nxt day also had sex using condom.eventually i had taken unwanted72 the very next i am having lower back pain around pelvic region,the same occurs just before my is it ok?am i pregnant?will i get my periods soon?
Asked On : Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hello Csreeparna,
The first one week of your cycle, starting from day 1 of mensus are generally safe. So most likely you are not pregnant. Lower back pain can be because of unwanted72. You may get your periods in a few days or at the time of your regular cycles. Unwanted72 is not a means of contraception, so if you are sexually active and do not wish to conceive, you must start using contraceptive regularly.
Answered: Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Bimal Desai's  Response
Thanks for Query,
as you had a sex on 5the day of your period you were not pregnant.Your back pain & pelvic pain has no significance.
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