It's been 11 or 12 days since I last had intercourse, and I've been experiencing mild menstrual cramps since 3 or 4 days after intercourse (this happens half a month before my period, and I have a forty-day menstrual cycle), and I found a little bit of blood on the toilet paper today.
Hello, in this case it is recommended to test tomorrow with early pregnancy test paper to see if you are pregnant.If you are pregnant, consider that the bleeding is caused by pre-eclampsia, it is recommended to go to the hospital to take blood test for HCG and progesterone, if the progesterone is low, it is recommended to use progesterone for fetal preservation treatment.If pregnancy is ruled out, it is considered to be menstruation. It is recommended to continue to observe the amount of bleeding, pay attention to rest and avoid cold, spicy and stimulating food.
The mere passage of this situation is not necessarily a condition of failed conception.It is advisable to go to the hospital for hormone testing if you are not menstruating and your physiological period is approaching, do not have too much psychological pressure, pay more attention to rest and do more physical exercise to enhance your fitness.
In your case, you should wait at least 10 days after intercourse before you can detect whether you are pregnant.If you are planning to conceive, you should choose to have intercourse around the time of ovulation, which is about 14 days before your next period, to increase the chances of conception.