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    Can you become pregnant the first time?
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    An_253003 posted:
    I recently lost my virginity a week 2 days ago. My period is supposed to start this week. I am on a low dosage birth control. I have been feeling kind of weird like nauseous and tired. Could I be pregnant or tell that I am pregnant already?
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    tcyoung21 responded:
    give it a few more days, then test.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, you can get pregnant the first time you have sex but if you're on birth control and take it regularly without missing a dose, you should be fine. The pill, when taken correctly, is a very effective means of birth control.
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