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Strange period after having sex

hi, i m 34 yr old unmarried girl, weigh 45 kg, generally every month i had 2 days period. 5 days before i had sex with my boy bot no vaginal intercourse, he released sperm and spread on my body parts. This month it was on 28th day as per regular cycle, but only for one day. as usual i took tab dysmen for pain, but bleeding was of brownish and mix red with tissues little bit. is this to worry as why only for 1 day , kindly suggest some remedy.
Asked On : Thu, 26 Jan 2012
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Hello Sara21 sim;
Welcome to HealthcareMagic
Previously also I have answered you but at that time you had not written about your sexual encounter.So here you need to see if by any chance you had the sperms to come in contact with the vagina( since you said it was not a vaginal intercourse) because if the sperms enter the vagina accidently also there can be chance of pregnancy.Presently since you are worried I would suggest you to get a urine pregnancy test done at home(you will get the test kit at medical store) with a first morning urine sample and if the test is negative then you are surely not pregnant and the problem of periods may be due to some other reasons like hormonal imbalance;cyst in ovaries and even due to anaemia like I had previously suggested.Please get tested and then consult a Gynaecologist for examination and treatment of periods if the test for pregnancy is negative.
Answered: Thu, 26 Jan 2012
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