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Period is delayed. Had protected sex and lost virginity. Have burning and cramps. Pregnancy?

Hi . I am a female of 25 years. Recently i had sex with my boyfriend. I lost my virginity as it was my first time .He used condom. The time i lost my V i started bleeding and we stoped making love . He even didnt ejaculated. But now its been six days from that day , my periods have delayed by 4 days and my genitial part burns when i pee. Can i be pregnant and what bout this burning and cramps in lower abdomen . Help me i am stressed.
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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When you have intercourse for the first time, the hymen (the membrane that covers the vaginal opening) ruptures and this could be the cause of the bleeding you had. Also, it can cause a type of bladder inflammation called'Honeymoon cystitis', which usually subsides in a few days with medication. This may be the cause of the burning sensation. As you have missed your period, perform a pregnancy test with a fresh sample of early morning urine and see a gynecologist for further advice. Please follow precautions in future if you do not want a pregnancy. Take care.
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