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    An_190689 posted:
    had sex this morngin and i have a stron feeling im pregnatn been sick and all. I got the gut feelign is ti posisbel?
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    phoenixfire76 responded:
    If you are not on any kind of hormonal birth control and didn't use protection the yes there is a chance that you could become pregnant. The chances are 20% of becoming pregnant. Though you would NOT be experiencing any kind of true pregnancy symptoms this early, you may be experiencing these symptoms because you want to or are afraid of becoming pregnant.

    I would suggest you wait and see. *IF* you miss your period when you next expect it by more than 3-5 days then you can try a home test with 1st morning urine.

    Best of Luck.


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