Okay, so I had sex exactly one week ago.
Yesterday, my family & I ate at a chinese restaurant.
A few minutes I felt weird, like I was too full.
Around two hours later, I felt like I was going to throw up
& I did throw up, which was the food I ate at the restaurant.
I still felt bad after, 30 minutes later, I pooped liquid.
It's too soon to tell, and too early for symptoms. Diarrhea is not a symptom of pregnancy. Watch eating at chineses restaurants (no offense to anyone), they eat differently than what we're used to, and after experiencing what you have after eating at them, I refuse to eat at any of them. My husband still does occassionally, but always feels sick afterwards, and swears he won't go back. It sounds like you ate something that didn't agree with you, and you'll be fine. Keep yourself hydrated during this time. If you want to know if you are pregnant, there are pregnancy tests out there that can determine this pretty early, so check those out.
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