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Kinda concerned :/

By September 10, 2015 - 9:05am
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Hi again, I have previous asked a question about unprotected sex about a day after implanon removal and forgot the pill the morning after :/
And I was told about having a risk of unintended pregnancy. But I don't want to go waste my doctors time yet so before I book a appointment there I decided to ask you guys, is it worth going and getting tested??
As I'm only 16 and I had the unprotected sex on the 26th of August. I was due for my period around the 28th and still haven't got it, had a bit of spotting about a week ago but it was only happening for approximately 4hours. The last week I've started feeling nauseous when I wake up, got really sore nipples, and I'm peeing every like hour...
I'm worried aha

Thank you in advance

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Hello Jademariee32245755,

Begin by taking a home pregnancy test. For the most accurate result, buy a name brand test, check the expiration date, read and follow the directions carefully, and test in the morning using the first urine of the day.

Depending on the result, you still need to call your gynecologist. If you get a positive result, you need explore your options or start pre-natal care. If you get a negative result, you still need to talk with your doctor to find out the reason for the spotting and late period.

Please keep us updated.


September 10, 2015 - 9:16am
(reply to Maryann Gromisch RN)

Okay, thank you so much!! It's appreciated

September 10, 2015 - 9:24am
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