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By February 14, 2011 - 5:56pm
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Ok. So. I had sex almost two months ago. I had unprotected sex three time right before I got my period. My period was a couple weeks late, but it was a normal period. I havent had sex since but for the past month I have been cramping EVERY SINGLE day! I dont get my periods until the end of the month. Its actualy quit annoying. I get sick sometimes at least once a day, I never throw up, but It gets worse as the days go by. I also sleep 24/7 now && I get mad or cry very easily. I feel fuller inside. Could I possible be pregnant?

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It is possible that your symptoms are linked to stress about being pregnant.
However, I am not a physician and only a physician can determine other causes of your symptoms. For your own peace of mind, you should see your doctor.

February 14, 2011 - 6:30pm

What else do you think it may be? & I am not late yet.. Its to ealry because I dont get my period until the end of this month..

February 14, 2011 - 6:22pm

Hi Beautiful Mirage,

If I understand correctly, though you had unprotected sex three times before you last period, you did have a normal period. And you say that you have not had sex since your last period. Are you late for this next period? The symptoms of daily cramps, increased sleepiness, mood changes, feeling of fullness and worsening nausea are of concern. I would strongly suggest that you make an appointment to be seen by a gynecologist to rule out pregnancy or a cause of your symptoms. While waiting for an appointment, you may want to take a home pregnancy test.
Please keep us posted.

February 14, 2011 - 6:20pm
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