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    Could a girl be pregnant, even though she had her period on time a week after very slight pregnancy risk? It's just that now she's experiencing some tommy ache for the last few days....

    If she's anxious or stressed it could be that causing the stomach pains, or perhaps some sort of bug, or possibly just menstrual cramps. Give it a few days and see what happens, perhaps try a pregnancy test. Also check what sort of protection / prevention she is using.
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    Lots of reasons for a tummy ache... including stress about being pregnant.

    It's highly unlikely to be pregnancy, but a test - supermarket own-brand ones are much cheaper - will be reliable about two weeks after the sex.

    But the time of the sex (about a week before the period) and the period mean it's going to show 'not pregnant'.
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