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Had unprotected sex, with light cramping, metallic taste in mouth and Nauseas, UPT negative. Suggestion?

hi i had unprotected sex 3 times the last time was the 15th and a week after unprotected sex i got a neg , but i think it was too early for hormones to have been profuced for a pos. result im feeling weird light cramping and the mettallic taste in my mouth and nausous and somtimes gettng sick,what do you think test again?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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The test you have taken was too early.You did not say when you had your last cycle. If you have already missed a period, you can test with a fresh sample of early morning urine or go for a blood test. You may have a trans-vaginal sonogram one week after the missed period to assess the situation. Your symptoms could be related to an early pregnancy. Contact your health care provider for further suggestions. Take care.
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