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Period is late. Have bloating and loss of appetite. Had unprotected sex. Pregnancy?

hi. on the week of jan. 22- jan 27 i had unprotected sex multiple times. i started a light period on jan 28th. i was supposed to get my period again on feb 28th but i was a week late (7 days, which has never happened). when i get my period i have very severe cramps but this one is mild. i am usually not bloated but i am extremly bloated, and i have a loss of appetite . Can i be pregnant?
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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If you had your periods then you might not be pregnant. To take your apprehension away kindly get a Urine for pregnancy test ( card method ). You might be suffering from Spasmodic dysmmenorrhea, for prompt treatment kindly consult a Gynaecologist for examination and treatment of the symptoms. Bloating and loss of appetite might be due to Acute gastritis which need assessment and treatment.
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