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i had my period on feb 28 until mar 5th

By Anonymous May 4, 2009 - 10:22pm
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then it came on my b day march 30 and ended april 6th then it came april 28 and ended on may 6th but im still having the achy cramps as if i was pregnant....in between those times i had unprotected sex with my partner....but weeks in between that i was tested and it was negetive.......wats going on?

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Dear Anon, sorry you are having some concerns about your menstrual cycle. I am curious to learn your age and whether you have had a history of irregular menstrual cycles. Based on the information you provided it appears that your cycle is shorter than the average. There are many possible reasons that can trigger a shorter or longer menstrual cycles, one of them is genetics or hormonal imbalance. The most concerning aspect of your posting is the "unprotected sex" part. I am sure you have evaluated the consequences of having intercourse without protection. If so, are you willing to take chances? Are you in a committed relationship with your boyfriend? Is your partner also willing to take the chance of a pregnancy for example?

I think you need to consider this issue seriously. For starters, I suggest you see a doctor to consult about your short menstrual cycles and also discuss with him/her a form of birth control that can best protect you from an unwanted pregnancy and risking bringing a child into this world when you are not quite ready for it.

May 4, 2009 - 10:49pm
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