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Should I be worried?...
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An_247140 posted:
So, not directly pregnancy related but I have a question. My husband and I were having sex and he had an 'oops' and didn't completely pull out in time.....and it just so happen to been the evening of the day when I was considered very, very fertile according to my menstrual/ovulation calendar. We already have 3 young children and do not plan on having any more. Should I be concerned about getting pregnant from this? I am VERY fertile....got pregnant 1st month we tried with out first two and our daughter was an 'accident'.....I am very anxious about this. It was10 days ago and I am not due for my period for a few more days. I took a test today and it came back negative but I figure it might be too soon to tell anyway. My breasts don't hurt but I have been sluggish and queasy off and on, but I get that way sometimes as a result of PMS.....Any advice?? He didn't fully ejaculate inside of me but I know it just take one little guy to make things happen.....I'm kind of freaking out! I keep telling myself there is nothing I can do and only time will tell but waiting is killing me!
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DaniRing responded:
Also, I have been having cramping for about 2 days now. It feels like I should be starting my period but nothing is happening......could this be implantation pains?
 
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scperdomo7 responded:
Yes, I would be concerned.
Anytime you have unprotected sex, there is a chance of pregnancy. Though I am sure, already have 3 children, you are very aware of this


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