Why am I still cramping?

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I am new to this forum and I have been having a strange cycle. In march I miscarried my baby at 3 months along. I haven't gone back on BC because I don't like how I feel and my periods will not regulate on the pill. I have been having really regular periods 7 days on and 21 off. But this time is different. I started a period on the 1st of November and ended on the 7th, just before my cycle and right when it was ending and light, I had unprotected sex.. On the 9th of November I got a slight bladder infection but Just in the last couple of days I've been feeling slightly crampy and I am spotting a little. Could this be from the infection? Is it maybe a weird cycle? Or should I be taking possible pregnancy precaution?

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    It sounds unlikely that you are pregnant, but I would test just to be certain. Your cycle is not regular, so you have no idea when you ovulated. On the other hand though, it seems to soon to be spotting. I would take a test instead of worrying yourself silly.
  • Posted

    I wasn't even worried about it until I seen spotting. My last pregnancy I cramped a lot and had no bleeding.. And the cramps don't feel like my normal period cramps
  • Posted

    Did you find out anything?
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    rose77485 I went to the doctor and took a test and told her how I was feeling. she told me even though my periods have been regular even the slightest stress can trigger it, so I may be just having a wierd period. sure enough my period came early and it was probably one of the most painful ones since my miscarraige it actually woke me out of a dead sleep at 2:00am. But my period has been done for almost a week now and I am still crampy and still uncomfortable. so I do not know why. But I am not worried anymore. I think my body is playing tricks on me! maybe its the baby fever! haha thank you for your opinion and "help" it was greatly appreciated
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    Glad I could help a little bit, and I am glad that you are okay.

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