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Question: cramping

 mandirose - Wed Apr 06, 2005 12:47 pm

have been cramping daily now.
I had my period on march 24, which was normal, It lasted 3 days which was normal.
Now after wards I have been having light cramping. I have been been very tired, and I am usually not like this.
I have unprotected sex, and no birth control. I have been with the same partner doing this for the last 2 years.
I do have a uterine didelphys, and the left part is abnnormal.

I have never been pregnant, and I do get frequent bladder infrections. I know that this is not one becuase i no what they feel like.
I have no idea what to think about all of this.

Can anyone help?
 Rhonda P, CEP - Sun Apr 10, 2005 11:36 pm

User avatar Hello Mandirose,

Do you want to become pregnant? If you had your period on March 24, than you could be having ovulation cramps. Have you discussed becoming pregnancy with your Gynocologist? Becoming pregnant with uterine didelphys needs to be closely monitored. Anytime you have unprotected sex, even if the male pulls before ejaculating inside he can still lose some sperm from the pre-ejaculation fluid and you can get pregnant.

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