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    KarenPeters posted:
    I had a lapse between my old birth control and my new one and during that time had sex without protection due to the fact i'm allergic to latex and sperm-acid. its only been 3 weeks since that but I've been nauseous and tired for a few days and i'm not sure if its just the new birth control or if i may be pregnant. i have been pregnant once before and saw symptoms early like this then i just didn't put two and two together and lost the baby. i know its too early to tell by a test but i smoke and drink and i have quit but want to know so i dont eat foods im not suppose to. Please help
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    It's not too early to tell by a test. If I remember right, most tests say to test 18 days after the unprotected sex so if it's been 3 weeks, you can test.
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