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Cramping but no period

By Anonymous December 11, 2012 - 10:17pm
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Hi. I had my last period starting on 6th November, and I had dry sex with my boyfriend on the 24th November. We were both wearing underwear. He was on top of me for a minute or so but he did not ejaculated. After that, i didnt get my period on the 6th December (I always had regular periods cycle) but I did feel crampings like the ones i get during period.

On the 8th December we had sex and he used a condom. But he did not go inside of me. But at the end he took off the condom and rub his penis on my outer parts but he didnt have fluid coming out. We stay like that for about a minute. Now I'm still having cramps but nothing, there's no period. I'm 6 days late and i feel dizzy sometimes. I also have backache sometimes. I'm worried and really scared. Could i be pregnant? When we did all those it was not even near ovulation period. I checked my cervical fluid and they are whitish and only a little bit. Not stretchable also. Please help :(

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Hi Anonymous, What you're explaining cannot make you pregnant but if you still feel worried get a pregnancy test. Sometimes I get cramps and I get my period late. If you experience cramps means your period is coming and up to 35 days is normal. Getting cramps is telling you that it's coming but if you don't get it on time don't get worried you will get it within the few days.

Good Luck,

December 14, 2012 - 9:26pm
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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  If you were wearing clothes, sperm can not swim through clothes.  If you had sex and used a condom, it's unlikely you will be pregnant.  You might need to take a pregnancy test.



December 12, 2012 - 5:01am
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