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Had unprotected sex. Brown spotting, cramps. Am I pregnant?

Hi, I just had sex for the first time 2 days ago and I was supposed to get my period since I had it last month , I have noticed a few brown spots on my knickers which look like blood in the morning , am I pregnant? I am also getting cramps , when he popped my hymen he used a condom , after that we had sex without a condom , I'm very worried that I'm pregnant , and I can't tell my parents because I'm still 16 , Is this normal ? Will I get my period , I've been also getting cramps.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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Since you had the intercourse around the time of your period, you are safe. Rupture of hymen can cause some amount of bleeding or spotting and will subside in course of time. Wait for your period for a week and if you do not get it, get a pregnancy test done. The cramps could be premenstrual. In future, use a safe contraceptive to avoid unwanted situations. Take care.
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