My last normal cyle was April 8th. My ex and I were having unprotected sex every time (which since early April was probably 15+ times), I was on the pill but wasn't always able to take it on time. I've been feeling sick - not just vomitting but from the other end as well on occasion. My breasts have been so tender that I can't lay on them sometimes. I've had some spotting in april and some in may but it definitely wasn't my period. I've been extremely emotional (more than my usual persona) and I'm eating like I didn't know I could, and I'm very bloated. I'm wondering if it's a hormonal thing, or if I could actually be pregnant? I don't know if I should just go to the doctor and get it solved once and for all, or if I should try a hpt.... Any help is appreciated!
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