I have lower back pain and I had unprotected sex 3 weeks ago but got my period 4 hours after sex, am I pragnant?

Pregnancy test. Hi! because your period started after you had intercourse, there is a good chance that you are not pregnant, but i would very strongly encourage you to do a pregnancy test now and repeat in a week if negative. Also don"t have unprotected sex! take care of yourself! dr brown.

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