okay, i was wondering if there was any chance i could be pregnant. i know its too soon be able to tell but i had unprotected sex april 19th and then again april 23rd. My last period was march 29th- march 31st. it was super light which is not normal. here during the past week ive been noticing all i ever wanna do is sleep, i have major headaches, my boobs are very very sensitive, i had nasuesa but have not thrown up, and according to everybody ive been super moody. i was wondering what yal thought. is it too early from the 19th to tell if i was pregnant and have symptoms. i overall just feel pregnant. if i was would i still miss my period or still have it this close since i would one be around one week?
Yes, it's too early from the 19th to have symptoms. It takes 6-10 days for a fertilized egg to implant and beging producing the pregnancy hormone that causes symptoms and another few days before there are enough hormones to produce symptoms.
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