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    Is it possible for me to be pregnant?
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    sahdiamond07 posted:
    Okay, so I have been doing the menstrual cycle calendar because I quit the patch about a month ago. My last period was the 18 of may and lasted four days. I checked my calendar and I had intercourse the 31st of may and ovulated the 1st of june. I was cramping the day I ovulated and I am just restarted cramping. I got sick the other morning (wasn't sure if that had anything to do with being pregnant). I am also moody as can be. I cried over nothing the other day and then I am perfectly fine. I know it's really soon but I took a pregnancy test and it was negative. I have 9 days until my next period...does anything think it's possible for me to be pregnant? Please help.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    You could be pregnant but it's way too soon for any symptoms. It takes 6-10 days for a fertilized egg to implant and begin producing the pregnancy hormone and another few days for there to be enough of the hormone to cause symptoms.


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