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    Had unprotected sex during ovulation
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    An_186756 posted:
    I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend during the time I was ovulating. I usually check my ovulation calendar on webmd often, but during the time I was ovulating my power was out! Almost a week ago I started to feel really crampy and then a sensation in my lower to mid stomach. Its hard to describe. I am kind of worried that I'm pregnant, and its too soon to know yet. I don't have any other symptoms but very light cramping and I have to get up in the middle of the night to go pee even if I haven't drink anything before bed. Does any of this sound like pregnancy or am I just paranoid?
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    Annie_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Anon_56621,

    It's certainly possible to become pregnant when you have unprotected sex around the time you are ovulating. Please contact your doctor if you suspect you are pregnant.

    Please click on the Birth Control Health Center to read about Emergency Contraception and when to call a doctor.

    I hope this informatiojn is helpful.

    - Annie
    Visit the Infertility and Reproduction Health Center and the Health and Pregnancy Center for helpful articles.


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