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Frequent urination, had unprotected sex before and after mirena removal. How soon can I take a test?

Hi I wanted to find out I got the marina removed 4/01/2013 I had unprotected sex the hole week before getting it removed also had unprotected sex after it was removed its now 9/01/2013 is it to early to tell if I m pregnant or can I do a test this soon as I have a 2 year old and got caught on the pill .?And have been going to the toilet ALOT? Hope you can help
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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Hi dear,

Thanks for your query.

Firstly, pregnancy can take place only on 4-5 days (when the ovulation occurs) in a month, provided you have unprotected sex on THOSE days.

Wait for 5-6 weeks from today : do pregnancy test ONLY if you don't get a period for next 5-6 weeks.

Your frequent urination is apparently due to Urinary tract infection. Get Urine examination done + its culture and sensitivity test.

Consult your doctor who- after seeing your urine report, will prescribe most appropriate antibiotic.

Hope I have answered your query.

Dr. Rakesh Karanwal
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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