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Possibly too early to determine pregnancy?
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An_249001 posted:
I'm not 100% sure of my period last month I'm normally pretty regular unless I'm stressed and it can be a week or so late, but normally my cycle is in the beginning of the month if not it was around the 10 of October. I had unprotected sex on November 4th (he did do the pull out method lol) which I know doesn't always work that's how I became pregnant last time. I started spotting that night and began my period on November 5th. 8 days after intercourse I started feeling nauseous (occurring more in the evening). My brother was laying on my stomach last night watching tv and it literally made me sick to the point I had to move him off. I have been more irritated, having back aches, more head aches, and urinating more often. But my breasts have not been sore nor swollen, i cant remember if my last pregnancy they were? I've also been more tired than normal to the point I don't want to do anything but lay down and not be bothered. I wont know about my period until beginning of next month, weather its missed or not.I know it's only been 10 days after intercourse, I've read women can get symptoms as little as 7 days. I just need more advice as to this can be possible, stress related , or all in my head. Thank you!
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