Hi about 6 days ago I had unprotected sex and the guy pulled out but came on my vagina near the opening. Just starting yesterday I started to get dizzy and this week was the week I was fertil and ovulating. I have had abdominal pain and some chest pain once in awhile. I feel very tired all the time and sick, like to the point where I want to puke. I am a little bit bloated. When I have my period I don't get cramps or get tired. I have been very grumpy lately also. My periods range from 28-29 days. I use to be really irregular but now my periods are starting to even out and are closer together each month. I know that there is also pre-*** and that can happen. I think that this might have happened before he pulled out. I don't know what is going on. It has now been 7 days sense I had unprotected sex. I am confused because I have never felt this way before. I know that I was fertil when I had sex. My period isn't suppose to come for two more weeks. Somewhere between the 15th and 18th of this month. can someone please help? My periods usually range from medium to heavy. They only last 5 days. If I am pregnant what should I do? And how soon can I take a pregnancy test to find out? Thank you.
You can take a pregnancy test only after your next due date of periods. Some blood pregnancy estimations are sensitive enough 4-5 days before the due date. Yes, if the semen fell close to vaginal opening, then you can get pregnant. So, if you miss periods, take a pregnancy test and see. Take care!
I would take a test. My niece was a pull out baby. I had miscarried in july, I got pregnant at 15 (lil before I turned 16) &I've been with my boyfried for a few years so we didnt use protection till I got pregnant like a year after intimacy . But its hard, good luck on the results !
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