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My last period was 5/25 i had sex 6/8 and since the 11th ive been having sore breast and period pains and today after i ate i had to stop eating because i felt like i was gonna throw up and my stomach was upset it felt really weird and it felt like i took some antibiotics and my stomach got upset because i didn't eat i was having horrible period pains today but it stopped im not due for another 10 days
I think it would be a little too early to tell if you were pregnant and I doubt that 3 days after the intercourse you would start feeling the symptoms but it's not impossible. I know that during ovulation some women experience period like cramps as well as sore breasts so it could be that you ovulated. I am a little confused, did you actually take the antibiotics? Or is that what you are comparing the nausea to? You should probably just wait until your due date for your period and if it doesn't come, take an at home pregnancy test or go to the doctor to get a blood test, which are usually accurate. Good luck, hun!
The pains could be a sign of ovulation. Its unlikely to get pregnancy symptoms so quickly after intercourse. Things to look out for would be implantation bleeding about 10 days after intercourse...it will look like spotting. Or if you miss your period take a test. Ad then confirm the test in 24 hours! Good luck!
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