I had intercourse on the third day of my period(unprotected) . I dint have much bleeding on that day (a few drops ) . he ejaculated . we also had intercourse 1 week later (protected) . now I have slight cramps (I usually have 2-3 days before my periods) .my periods happen in about a 28 day cycle .not always correct only slight variations. My last period began on 8th last month .today is 9th and I have slight cramps (lesser than yesterday I think ) but no bleeding . ( my periods usualy come early ) am I pregnant ? When can I take a test ? I am very tensed please help me !
Anytime you have sex, especially unprotected, you risk pregnancy. There is no safe days to engage in unprotected sex. If you're already late you can take a pregnancy test at any time with first morning urine. In the future, make sure you're always using protection every time you engage in sexual activities.
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