I had unprotected sex about 5/6 weeks ago, I then came on my period 2 weeks after that and it was like a usual one for me, I thought I was spotting at first but then on the same night it turned to heavy, red and gloopy (sorry too much info) and thought the pregnancy hadn't worked. I then had unprotected sex a week and a bit ago, now I've been having headaches like feeling a lot of pressure on my head. After some meals I've felt slightly sick but not a great deal. I've had pains in my right-lower side of my stomach and I'm not sure what it is, I took 3 pregnancy tests 2 weeks ago and they were negative. It's too soon for me to find out because it's not time for my period, im due in about a week and a bit. Has anyone ever had something like I have? and what happened? can someone please put my mind at ease?
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