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my husband and i are trying to have a baby, 3 weeks ago we had unprotected sex and now i am having alot of cramps, my breasts hurt a lot, im having alot of white discharge, i get sick with certain smells, my belly has also gotten rounder. Should I take a test?
Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise waiting until your period is late before taking a pregnancy test. This approach saves a lot of money. If your cycles are irregular it becomes a bit harder. If they are irregular though, you may need to see your doctor for help conceiving more quickly--otherwise it can take quite some time. Good luck! Dr B
Yes your symptoms sound promising. . I would take a test but in order to avoid taking it too soon and getting wrong negative and getting disappointed, I'll take it earliest just couple of days before your periods are due.
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