I had unprotected sex 15 days ago. I'm on Seasonale so it's pretty impossible to base pregnancy off of missing my period. Two days ago I had irregular bleeding during sex. I read that light bleeding could be a sign of pregnancy. On top of that I've had slight queasiness, but haven't actually got sick (I'm hoping this could just be due to the fact that I'm stressed about this situation though). I took a pregnancy test this morning that came back negative. Could it be too early to tell if I'm pregnant? What other options could this be? What should I do?
I am not that familiar with Seasonale....however, if your period was due and you've already missed it and fear that you may be pregnant....you could go to any clinic and request a blood test...Although it may be a hassle, it would set your mind at ease just knowing for sure!
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