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Could i be preggers? :)

By December 3, 2015 - 1:45am
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Okay so had unprotected intercourse on August 22, 6 days later I got a period and it only lasted 4 days (which is weird for me it's usually up to 7 days) anyways it's now December and I haven't had a period since then. Like once every other two weeks, when I wipe I have like a drop of blood and when I re-wipe, there's nothing. I've been having pregnancy symptoms, that come and go and I've been cramping and sometimes I have small stabbing pain in my lower abdomen, but I just haven't been able to take a test. I have irregular periods so i didn't know when i was exactly ovulating, since i usually start my period around the 11th so can someone please help me answer? Or if someone had something similar to this, can you tell me why it happened?

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I took the morning after pill after he ejaculated inside me. I took it almost on the 3rd day. About 50 hours after we had it.
But now I feel bloated and Im experiencing Nausea today. I had my periods like a week ago, we had sex right after it. Also I have been having sort of mood swings. Could this be PMS or Gas or something? I have been having spicy food and sort of fizzy drinks as well..
Could I still be pregnant?
I should be getting my periods again at the end of this month round 18th or 20th..

December 8, 2015 - 5:31am
HERWriter Guide (reply to Anonymous)

Hi Anon

Your risk of pregnancy is low but if you don't get your period when expected, take a test.
Your symptoms sound like they are connected to your digestive system.

December 8, 2015 - 5:39am
HERWriter Guide

Hi UnknownVee
Your question was answered yesterday:

You need to take a test and/or see a doctor.

December 3, 2015 - 6:03am
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