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Had unprotected sex. Took morning afterpill. Got periods. Having light bleeding, Cramps, backaches. Pregnant?

I had unprotected sex on the 1st of march but my boyfriend pulled out when he came and i didn t think to take a morning after pill . Then on the 12th of march, we had unprotected sex again and he came inside me so i decided to take a morning after pill. i got my period on the 5th of march and it was a normal cycle. And now its the 21st of march and i m bleeding lightly and i have severe cramps and back aches. Could i be pregnant? When should i go see an OB/GYN?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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Sometimes after intercourse you will have light bleeding which is always normal and bleeding after intercourse doesnt always suggest pregnancy.Have an home pregnancy test with early morning urine and if it is negative try it by waiting for a week and still it is negative nothing to worry if it is positive consult your doctor for sure and if bleeding doesnt supress also you need to consult your doctor.Thank you.
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