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    Is it too soon to worry?
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    An_254085 posted:
    I have irregular periods to start with, say one month I get it on the 2nd the next month i get it on the 12th. Well a week or 2 ago my boyfriend and I had sex. It was unprotected and he almost "went" before putting it on, but as far as I know, he put the condom on. A few days later I started getting cramps, and at first I didn't worry..until the continued. I NEVER get cramps during my period and random spotting. And my head? It has been pounding. Kept me up at night. Today and yesterday I lost my appetite. But today it was followed with nausea. When I went to the bathroom there was discharge. I am not due for my period(if it comes when expected) for another 2 weeks, and its not one for being early.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    You could be pregnant. If it's been at least two weeks since the unprotected sex, take a test.
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