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Fallenangel
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Ok this is kind of complicated. This guy and me started having sex earlier today *Were both virgins and we used protection* but we had a hard time trying to get it in and I was in a lot of pain so we stopped. He only went into me like an inch but like I said it was hurting a lot so we stopped. Now I keep getting these cramps in my lower stomach and I don't really know why but I have a feeling that it is somehow connected to my activites earlyer in the day. So is posible that the cramps are some how related to that. I was just wondering. Oh and I don't know if it matter but my period isn't for another 2 or 3 weeks so I don't they could be related to anything with my period.
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LilBlueSmurf
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It's really hard to say what's causing the cramps in your tummy. It could be due to your 'earlier activities', it could be a bit of a strained muscle, it could be gas ...

Has the pain stopped? Are you using anything to treat the pain now?

If it doesn't go away in a few days, it's probably worth investigating ... So make an appointment with your doctor.


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