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Why did I get periods 2 weeks early just after having sex ?

my period came on after sex and has yet to go off. Is something wrong Lower abdominal pain after incourse my period came on and has yet to go off it was like two weeks early what should I do I ve been bleeding for five days and don t see a sign of relief. I m twenty nine years old five seven african american and one hundred and fourty five pounds.
Asked On : Tue, 30 Aug 2011
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If you are having irregular cycles which may have been brought about after sexual intercourse it could be problem with the cervix or hormones. You should get a PAP smear and get ultrasound to look for PCOD. Do you have any burning sensation on passing urine. Drink plenty of water. Get your urine tested for urinary tract infections as well. You can take T.Pause MF for relief of severe pain and increased bleeding till then, under medical supervision.
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