Impossible to be pregnancy yet, because it doesn't occur in two weeks. There's always a risk of pregnancy even with protection, but protection dramatically reduces the odds. Wait two weeks and take a pregnancy test with first morning urine.
what could be the cause?...its making me nervous, im not ready for another child..but more importantly i am terrified of an STD. i know what i did was stupid but dealing with the consequences now,,,,,im scared.
Unless you've been checked out (and your partner) it could be. I don't think you would have any symptoms from one though. Women can bleed for dozens of reasons, so it's impossible to say why you are for sure.
Make a doctors appointment for 2-4 weeks in the future, and have a full STD check as well as blood testing for pregnancy. I would also encourage you to have your partner checked as well. In this day and age with STD's being so rampart I wouldn't chance it.
just wondering if someone could help me please my girlfriend has been having really bad stomach cramps and sometimes in her vaginal area and lower back shes had a baby 2 and a half years ago but has never experienced these sorts of pains would appreciate and respect any suggestions thanks all :)
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