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32 day cycle, had sex on CD14, could I be pregnant?

By May 3, 2013 - 8:06pm
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I was on a solid 28 day cycle until I decided to use the NuvaRing in March (started March's cycle on March 20-24). Needless to say it didn't work out for me and I took it out after two weeks. Almost a week after taking the ring out I got a crazy light 3-day "cycle" thing (April 7-9) possibly from just trying to regulate myself again. then a week after that I got a "REAL" cycle (April 16-19). This real cycle is my current last one so far. On April 29 (exactly 14 days from CD#1) I had unprotected sex. He came in me three-four times that night. Is there a possibility that I was fertile at the time he came in me, and is it safe to say I'm not going crazy thinking maybe we got pregnant? for the last two days I have been feeling slight pain/discomfort in my lower right abdominal/pelvis area. During the time we had sex (and a couple days prior) I had an abundance of watery clear CM. The outer sides of my breasts are very slightly sore, my lower back hurts and I've also felt a bit nauseated. I understand it is too early for pregnancy symptoms at 4dpo if the 14th CD was in fact my conception date and/or my ovulation date. Any useful advice is greatly appreciated.

Oh, and just FYI: I am 28, I have an 7 year old daughter and I've been with the same man for four years.

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Hi JessicaJean,

Thank you for your question. There is certainly a possibility. Since you changed birth control methods a few times during this time and I am assuming you didn't use condoms as a backup method, there will always be that possibiity. You will have to wait unfortunately to see if you miss your period and than take a birth control test. The waiting time could be brutal although, this is what we all go through - waiting to see if our monthly period comes for a visit. I hope this helps and good luck.


May 4, 2013 - 6:29am
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