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Had unprotected sex, feels bloated, abdominal cramps, gastric, diarrhoea, trouble in sleeping, headache. Pregnant?

Hi, i had unprotected sex on april 26 last month and another time early that month but i cant remember when. I had my last bleeding from may 3 to may 7. I have been very bloated and have been having mild cramps in my abdomen , but not like period cramps and not horrible. They are just uncomfortable. I am under 20 so i know the younger the higher chance of pregnancy. I have been queezy for the past week and a half and have been having bad gas and diarrhea for the past couple days. My breast hurt and look like they are getting bigger and i have blue veins showing on and around my areolas which isnt normal for me. I am having mild head aches on and off and have been very tired lately and am having trouble sleeping. I was just wondering if it is likely i could be pregnant. I havent yet taken a test and didnt want to if you say it isnt likely unless these symptoms presist.
Asked On : Wed, 30 May 2012
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After going through your history I am of the opinion that the probability of you being pregnant appears to be low as you had your last period from May 3 to May 7 which is after your last sexual intercourse, if you had become pregnant then you should have missed your periods, but sometimes rarely even a pregnant can have bleeding from the genital tract during the initial months of pregnancy which may coincide with the normal periods but that bleeding will be very slight unlike normal periods. So, If you still have the doubt that you might be pregnant its better to get a urine pregnancy test done. For which you need not go to a doctor just get a urine pregnancy test card from a pharmacy and do it your self.
But, since you are having abdominal cramps and had other symptoms, its better to consult a doctor and get examined yourself to rule out any possibility of genital tract infection, if the symptoms persist.
Finally, In future always practice safe sex not only to prevent unplanned pregnancy but also to protect yourself from various sexually transmitted diseases.

Wish you good health.
Answered: Wed, 30 May 2012
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