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I don't know if im pregnant

By November 13, 2010 - 10:27pm
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I had sex with my bf 14 days after my period was gone. We didn't use protection. 4days after I stared having abdominal pains and lower back pains and also light pink period for three days. But it was not time for my period to come i need it two more weeks for me to get my period im still breast feeding my 18old month daughter. After the light pink period was gone i still feel like if im going to get my period but nothing happens and im still having back pains and abdominal pain too.I'm expecting my period on the 18 of Nov I'm so confuse can i be pregnant please help me .

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The back pain and abdominal pain you experienced 4 days after having sex would not have been pregnancy related; it actually takes 10-14 days after ovulation (when you would be fertile to become pregnant if you had sex) until implantation (when a fertilized egg implants in your uterus, beginning the process of pregnancy and related symptoms). You would not have been experiencing pregnancy symptoms that early; most women do not have any symptoms that are distinguishable from a period until AFTER a missed period.

You will need to wait until November 18th for your period to either begin, or take a home pregnancy test.

Since you are still breastfeeding, you can experience irregular bleeding patters (changes in period is all that means) such as lighter period, irregular cycle length, or breakthrough bleeding (bleeding in between periods). All of this is normal.

November 14, 2010 - 7:20am
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