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Had sexual intercourse, feeling sick, vomiting, no period. What is causing this?

Hii am 14 years of age an i havee a boyfriend who s 17 years of age..i am sexually active with him an last saturday we had sexual intercourse..after saturday around tuesday soo i started feeling sick n vomiting i havee not recieve my period yet an since after tuesday everyday i m feeling sick n likee i wanna throw upp..i don t know what s causing this please help?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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It is unusual for these symptoms to be part of pregnancy in your case ,because the interval of 3 days after your intercourse is too short.After intercourse even if you become pregnant it takes around 1 week for implantation,after which the beta hcg levels raise and cause symptoms that you have mentioned.In pregnancy these symptoms usually start from 4 weeks onwards after intercourse.Another reason for lesser chances of pregnancy is that by history, you seem to be towards the end of your cycle,which again is not a favourable time for pregnancy.It is too early for pregnancy test also.Just take symptomatic treatment for now,and then wait to see how it goes.
Answered: Tue, 9 Jul 2013
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