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1989011 tn?1326908635

pregnant or not?

I had unprotected sex (twice) around two weeks ago on the 7 I started my period on the 14 before I started I was seen some light pink sorta brown spotting. When my period came it was awful. And also I took 2 pregnancy test both came out negative, but I think I took them to early.  

Could I be pregnant?
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134578 tn?1716963197
You mentioned that you had unprotected sex twice on the 7th 'around two weeks ago' but today is the 16th, making the 7th only 9 days ago, too early even on the "early results" pregnancy tests to count on an accurate result -- even a blood test might miss it in only 9 days.  If you had a heavy period begin on the 14th, not only is a period an indicator that you aren't pregnant, but it coming on the 14th suggests you ovulated on around the 1st, so there would have been no egg available on the 7th.  All the parts of the picture indicate that whether or not it was in fact too early to test, it doesn't sound like you're pregnant.  You could test again after two weeks past the unprotected sex, but it just doesn't sound likely.  Good luck!
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1989011 tn?1326908635
I ovulate during the 25 _29 I think ill try again
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Yeah… Based on all everything you've said I would say you had a regular menstrual cycle
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1989011 tn?1326908635
Thanks
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1194973 tn?1385503904
As stated, a female does not have a period while pregnant so IF you were pregnant and had one then yes it would be a miscarriage. Based on your information, it doesn't sound like one. Your cycle came when it should (one day difference doesn't matter much) and it will vary in the amount of flow from cycle to cycle.

You had nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea, headache and backpain - these are all typical of just a stomach virus and it lasted the proper length of time for one. I mean, you can say you had a miscarriage if you want, but based on everything listed it doesn't match one.  Without a positive test (your symptoms alone aren't enough) no one will be able to say for sure.
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1989011 tn?1326908635
The only thing im cobfused about is what if i got pregnant then i came on my period , could i still be pregnant or i had a miscarriage
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1989011 tn?1326908635
im pretty sure i didnt , idk but my cycle was bad
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1194973 tn?1385503904
If I didn't know any better, I would almost say you had a virus. Your symptoms and the length of time match with a few different ones.
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1989011 tn?1326908635
4 . but i still get headaces ,abdominal cramping back pain a little
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1989011 tn?1326908635
4 . but i still get headaces ,abdominal cramping back pain a little
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1194973 tn?1385503904
How many days did it last?
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1989011 tn?1326908635
and a little of Diarrhea, , abdominal cramping
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1989011 tn?1326908635
cramping , headaces , back pains
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1194973 tn?1385503904
Did you have any other symptoms? Diarrhea, dizziness, abdominal cramping, chills, etc etc?
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1989011 tn?1326908635
*nausea
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1989011 tn?1326908635
it was due sunday but i started spotting that friday and and came on my period the saturday . but before then i felt nasuea
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1194973 tn?1385503904
All women will get pregnant before their period. A female ovulates before she has a menstrual cycle - typically you ovulate 2 weeks before your period is due to come.

Symptoms in general mean nothing in determining pregnancy as they can be caused from multiple other problems or just daily life. A doctor won't be able to do much if you did miscarry unless you retained tissue - however, it shouldn't have had such severe pains if you did miscarry. You would have been barely over 3 weeks along, and the fetus would have been the size of a period at the end of these sentences if even that. Without having a positive test, it's only a guess as to what happened. Based on your information it doesn't sound like one. When was your cycle due?
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1989011 tn?1326908635
So also i have another question , can you get pregnant before your period then after your period you have sythoms , some ppl told me that to . and what do the doctor do when you have a miscarriage ?
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1194973 tn?1385503904
A female can bleed while pregnant that is similar to a period, but it isn't one. A period involves shedding the uterine lining built up to support a fertilized egg. If you shed this while pregnant (which is what you do on a period) the egg is flushed out with the remaining tissue, therefor resulting in a miscarriage. Just presence of blood alone does NOT mean its a period, it means you're bleeding. Anyone can say such and such happened, it doesn't mean it's true.

Some women can have pain while miscarrying, others will not. I had a very early one that spring and it was no worse than period type cramping. Others will have extreme cramping and heavy bleeding.
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1989011 tn?1326908635
NO this is mt first time thinking im pregnant , i heard it feels like someone is stabing you . My mother said she had her period when she was pregnant with with . And other women have told me that also .
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Have you had a miscarriage? Do you know what they feel like?
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1194973 tn?1385503904
A female can not have a period while pregnant. To do so would mean miscarriage of the child. I assume you're TTC?

If you still think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test or see a doctor for blood work to see what's going on.
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1989011 tn?1326908635
Thanks before i started my period i just felt weid . Like i felt sick and that doesnt happen with with me before my period . He came i n me twice so idk , i heard if you had sex two weeks before your period you could stillbe pregnant and if you get your period there was still a chance of pregnancy? But my period was awful , felt like a miscarraige.
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