Hi, I had my first Intercourse just one week before my periods. Now I am feeling the pain (which I generelly feel before start of my periods) everyday. But my periods are not getting started. Even I did the Pregnancy test at home but it came Negative. Could anyone plz tell me if it is normal of getting delayed in periods after first intercourse. Now its 6 days above my period time. I have all symptomes of start of my periods even brown discharge also happened. but the periods are not started yet.Please help me with your valuable suggestions.
Well several things can cause your period to be delayed. If you have a lot of stress because you've been worried you were pregnant that can cause a delayed period, but the intercourse itself, even tho it was your first time, shouldnt cause your period to delay. At least I've never heard of that happening but maybe someone else knows better.
Pregnancy itself of course can be the cause so if you did not use any protection thats a possibility. If you used protection then I would advise you to calm down a bit about it and wait another week to see what happens. It sounds like your period is starting slowly.
Hi, Thanks a lot for reply. Could you please tell me when should i do my pregnancy home test , I mean after how many days it could detect the correct result. First Home test I tried just after 2 days of missing my period. I am even trying to take doctor appointment. Now even I do not feel any pain for periods but my breast are painful ( which generally happens to me before 10 days of start of my period). This time it is more than 17 days that I have pain in my breast. I feel some liquid discharge and wet feeling after missing my period date but no blood spots. Please advice me if these are the symptomes of pregnancy.
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