confused. had intercourse and 5 days later had positive urine test and 6 days later had blood work with hcg level of 205. doctor says i was already pregnant before that. does this sound right. i read 6 days would have meant i was already preg.
Yes, you would have already been pg at the time of intercourse in question.
It takes 6-10 days for the fertilized egg to implant and start producing hcg, so an hcg of 205 at 6 days after intercourse would indicate that fertilzation had occured before the intercourse in question.
hi i had unprotected sex with my partner after starting the pill on that day. i have a 28 day cycle and i would have had unprotected sex on day 12 and 13 of my cycle. what are the chnaces i am pregnant? ??? how ong can i wait before i check to see if i am. i am in day 15 now of this cycle just wondering how probable it is that i am
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