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sick sick sick...

I got my period june 8, 2013 and since then I dont know when my next cycle come b/c I have irregular cycles I guess. But monday july 8, 2013 I got sick out of nowhere around 5:30. I had a bad headache, threw up, lost of appetite, I had a high fever but my body was cold. Then july 12, 2013 I had a stuffy nose all night, runny too, headache. Could this be a early sign of pregnancy?  I am trying for my 1st baby but no luck. I had sex all thru june and twice or three times for july. Do anybody have any idea what im going through? Or has anyone experienced this when they was pregnant?
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Have you done a test? That's the only way to know for sure!
It could be illness has delayed ovulation
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No test yet. And I dont know when I ovulate or when my next cycle is. Its july and still no period yet.
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I've heard that in the body's weakened  state (illness),  It's easier for implantation to take place.  Your symptoms could also be because your  sick.  I was sick during implantation and the first couple weeks with the pregnancy of my second child.  You will only know after taking a test.  It sounds to me like you have a good chance.  
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I hope its my chance... :)
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