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The last day of my first period was oct 15. i had unprotected sex on the 27th. 2day(oct 28th) im having little cramps. could i get pregnant or what??

By Anonymous October 27, 2009 - 10:47pm
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I wasnt really aware about the whole ovualation period becuase its not like my boyfriend and I are planning a baby. we just happened to have to many magaritas the other night Lol...Omg plz help!! and also when i had the cramps today i thought i was gonna get my period 2 weeks early but it was just a little white discharge. neva really get discharge so what doe sthis mean??

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Dear Anon, thanks for your question.

If you had unprotected sex last night, the cramping may be due to air acquired during sex, not pregnancy. You would not get pregnant over night-- pregnancy is more of a process. However, since your last period was Oct 15, I'd recommend taking an over the counter medication known as Plan B to help prevent pregnancy and can be taken up to 72 hours of having unprotected sex. From Oct 15 to Oct 27 is 12 days, many women ovulate at 14 days-- some before, some after so it is best to be safe.

Please, I urge you to have protected sex if you are not looking to conceive a baby. A condom takes 2 seconds to put on, regardless of how many margaritas you've had. Also keep in mind that Plan B should NOT be used as a contraceptive method only in case of emergencies such as this one.

Good Luck!

October 28, 2009 - 5:16am
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