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I've had 2 periods in one month, unprotected sex, and lower back pain but my boyfriend pulls out so could I be preg?

Pregnant? Hello BrookeC56. With sperm present in the clear pre-ejaculatory fluid, pregnancy can occur even if your boyfriend withdrawals before actual ejaculation. The best protection from pregnancy or infection, is a condom and you on a contraceptive. Extra period/bleeding and back pain can be from a pregnancy--- normal, miscarrying, or etopic so an ASAP pregnancy test and doctor/ER visit is needed. Read more...

Three days late for period had unprotected sex but had dull cramps and lower back pain but nothing? Could it be starting

You have to wait. and see what happens. If you had unprotected sex you could be pregnant. You could have an early pregnancy and miscarriage at the time of your normal period and never really know you were pregnant. It is always hard to predict the future, sometimes you have to just wait and see. Read more...

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. Read more...

Tryin to conceive been cramping lower back pain having unprotected sex period was regular aug 26 today I ovulate do I still have sex. Y am I cramping?

Cramping pain. The are different reasons for cramping pain - such as normal period, bladder spasms, colon spasms. To sort it all out, you should see your doc and have him look into that with more detail. Read more...
Ovulation. You are showing some of the signs that confirm ovulation such as the abdominal discomfort that goes along with this for you. If your cycles are regular, you should have sex now if you are trying to conceive. If the pain persists over the next several days, it may be unrelated to ovulation and you be evaluated by your doctor. Read more...