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Could I be pregnant?

I had sex on May 3rd. The first time my boyfriend and I had used a condom, but as the night went on we were drunk and we had not used the condom. He did use the pull out method, but I'm not sure if he did it right since we were drunk. 2 days later I started feeling very nauseous and it has lasted ever since. I haven't thrown up at all, I've just felt like I've been on the verge to. I've also been experiencing extreme exhaustion/ insomnia, diversions with food, back pain, abdominal discomfort, extreme mood swings. I was enraged because my mom took my pen earlier and I don't know why because I'm the easiest going person ever. Yesterday, May 11th I started bleeding. I thought it was my period but usually I have very heavy periods and the pad has not filled up in even a day. I also always experience horrible cramps which has not been the case either. Could I be pregnant?
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Would May 11th be the normal time for your period? If so, it sounds like you did have it only it was very light.
Today is only the 12th so it's to early for a pregnancy test. You will need to wait at least another week, 2 weeks would be even better for an accurate result.
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Its about 50/50 pregnancy symptoms usually don't occur within two days they appear between 3 and 6 weeks. Those symptoms could've just been you being paranoid and thinking your pregnant but you're just realizing me natural symptoms you probably didn't pay attention to before. I speak from first hand experience on that. However every person is different.
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Thank you for your honest answers. My period wasn't expected for another week and a half. But I understand that they can be irregular. The period only lasted 3 days and it was very light. I may have just been being paranoid though.
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