I'm have had sex off an on this past month, not really keeping track, all I remember is I also had sex two days before my period.. Anywho, I got my period but it seems to be lighter than usual, and it's seems like it's going away and it's only the third day. My periods last from somewhere between 6-7 days. I noticed I feel more sleepy than usual and I can never sleep even in my normal period. My boobs seem to be tender and hurt a little, I have to pee more, I'm constipated and have to go alot, I have cold like symptoms( runny nose, ear hurts, throat hurts a little) I want to eat alot!, feeling dizzy and nasious(?) alot, (some say that happens during conception) I've looked up some things and many woman say they feel that way when the go through conception. I just want to make sure that it's possible or not possible I could be pregnant.
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