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Hot flashes, lightheadedness, stomach cramps, after having unprotected sex during ovulation. Pregnancy symptoms?

Hello i have a 2 year old daughter so i should know but i am 3/4 days late on my period i get really hot and light headed when i stand or drive sometimes. I have had horrible stomach cramps like im goin to get my period but nothing. This morning when i puh on my stomach it hurts really bad. Sometimes i get weird feelings in my stomach like butterflies but it would be too early to feel a baby kick. I got my period last november 2nd and i gound out i had unprotected sex on the 16th when i guess i was ovulating. Does these sound like pregnancy symptoms?
Asked On : Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query
They dont sound like early pregnancy symptoms. Usual early pregnancy symptoms as you know are nausea ,vomiting, backache, leg cramps. acidity , vaginal discharge ets. Feeling of butterflies movement in your abdomen is probably due to movement of material and gas in your gut . But only on this ground we cant exclude pregnancy, so why dont you go for a pregnancy test to confirm and be sure.
Best of luck and take care..
Hope i answered your query..
Answered: Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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