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    Am I preggo?
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    greshgirl posted:
    So I had sex with my husband several times 2-3 days before my period arrived. My period lasted 5 days and the last day we again had unprotected sex. Then, 2 days after period we again had unprotected sex. It has been a day since then, and I am now feeling light cramping/slightly painful twinges in my lower abdomen. Could I be pregnant? And would I be having this sort of symptom so early. Note: I stopped taking my low-dose birth control pill about a week prior to getting my period.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    It's too early for symptoms and if you just had your period, chances are you have not ovulated yet.
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