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al475
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ok the last time i had sex was last year n march. i had sex again last monday on the 17th mlk day and i have been cramping since then and my period is due sometime this week my last period was on the 2nd and now idk if pms or something else

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o and we used a condom and he didnt cum in me

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If you used a condom for all genital contact and you did not have a condom failure, there is no reason to worry about pregnancy.

So, if you're due for your period and experiencing cramping, it's likely that the cramping is a sign of your period coming.

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y did i have cramps after sex

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If you didn't reach orgasm, it may have been something called vasocongestion (it's the pooling of blood in the genital region)

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how long does vasocongestion stay

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Really depends on the person. Could be 2 minutes could be more like 12. Ultimately though it fades on it's own. As well, if your partner pushes in pretty far - hitting the cervix can cause cramping as well.

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