Humm.... i was just curious... but are there syndromes that u can get after having sex or no.. well b/c like the first time i had sex.. it was okay.. the then second time i had sex... i started bleeding.. then the third time i had sex...i started getting cramps, diearreah and then.. as of now.. i'm not getting my period.... anyways.. is it just me? or what?
Posts: 28 | From: CA | Registered: Oct 2004
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The major cause of not getting your period is pregnancy although there are others. Have you been using condoms for all sexual contact? If it has been 10-14 days since your last sexual contact, you should take a pregnancy test and know for sure.
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How long has it been since you last had your period? Periods aren't always very regular and there are many reasons why you might not be having it. Some include being sick or losing weight or putting on weight, not eating right. As for bleeding, it is normal not to bleed the first time and then bleed later on.
Posts: 58 | From: Australia | Registered: Sep 2004
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We recommend that if the first pregnancy test was taken in the correct time frame and came out negative, a second test be taken 7 days after the first. Most pregnancy tests are sold as a kit of two tests for this reason. If the second test is negative and your period still doesn't show up in a month, you can be pretty sure that you are not pregnant but may need to see a gynecologist to find out if there is another condition causing your period to stop.
Seeing as tho you have apparently always had protected sex and you have confirmed yourself as not pregnant then the diarhoea and cramps may have been a co-incidence, however if it happens or has happened since then I strongly advise you to get checked out. My first time I never bled, but I did strangely on my 10th time even though I had not been hurt below.
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