I just recently had unprotected sex but only for about 15 seconds. The next day I noticed that I had a very empty feeling in my stomach and its lasted for about 2 days. Could this be a sign of pregnancy or is it just a feeling after sex?
Some people disagree, but I don't believe you can "feel" pregnancy the day after unprotected sex. The egg needs to be fertilized, then make it down to the wall of your uterus and implant (this takes about 6 to 12 days) before your body knows you are pregnant and starts producing the necessary hormones to support pregnancy.
You seem very young. And I hope that you will use protection the next time you decide to have sex. It only takes ONE time and ONE sperm to get pregnant. The only way to know is to see if you are late and take a HPT. As for the empty feeling. Maybe it is just nerves from worrying over the possibilities. I hope you are okay. And please be safer next time.
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