I don't know weather I've had a chemical pregnancy or not. And there is not a way to find out as I didn't take a pregnancy test before hand, I could of been pregnant cause I have been having unprotected sex with my boyfriend. Which is silly really cause I am not ready at all to have a baby. At the time I thought it was just my normal period but it was a bit different.
Nausea and also server cramping in my stomach.
And also I got an infection week after this happened which I don't know if related.
Could anyone please help, it would be appreciated.
if it was a chemical pregnancy there is really nothing to be concerned about because everything would have been cleared our through your cycle when it came. So with out a positive test then a negative there is no way of knowing.
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