Hi I had unprotected sex after my last period which was at the beginning off march, and this month my period was a few days late & when eventually come on I was only on for 2 & a half days instead off my normal 5 days & I wasn't heavy.. Its was more lighter & at the end it turned brown.. But these last few days I have had back pain & flutters in my abdominan area.. And also been burning up? Could this be a sign off pregnancy
hey I have heard any time you have a cycle that does not last for more than 3 days. there is a chance of pregnancy. have you taken a pregnancy test yet? or you might want to wait to see if you miss your next cycle, then test. but its too early to be havin any real symptoms of pregnancy. but back pain is an early sign of pregnancy. I hope this help and good luck
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