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Have hypochondria. Had unprotected sex. Feeling sick and severe cramps in pelvic area. What are the chances im pregnant?

Hi, I recently had unprotected sex. It was 2 weeks ago, and 8 days into my cycle. We used the pull out method, but I have heard about pre ejaculation and I am very worried that I am pregnant. Im not due to have my period ntil July 15, so I think it s still too early to take a home pregnancy test . I woke up last night with severe cramping in my pelvic area, below where I have period cramps . Ive been kind of sick feeling, but I have severe hypochondria so I know I could be bringing this on myself. What are the chances im pregnant?
Asked On : Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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If you have until now regularly periods and will be delay in next period then you must take pregnancy test at home and preferable consult your Gynecologist. Described by you pelvic cramps may be due to upcoming period. Always remember about healthy and safety sex.
Take care and good luck.
Answered: Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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