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Pregnancy symptoms, fatigue, bloating. Pregnant? Had unprotected intercourse

Major pregnancy symptoms , nausea throwing up fatigue , bloating bigger breasts. I have a 24 day cycle and was 3 days late with a dark light period. I am still having cramps and nausea after my period and tested day 2 of my period and it was negative. I also gained 4 pounds. We did have unprotected sex 2 times during peak ovulation.
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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Unprotected intercourse during peak ovulation time may result in conception. It may take 8-14 days time for the fertilized ovum get implanted into the uterus. The fertilized ovum grows in size as it moves from fallopian tube to the uterus. A hormone called HCG is secreted which helps to detect pregnancy.

Sometimes due to lower concentration of HCG in the urine, false negative tests occur. You can wait for some time and repeat pregnancy test with the specimen of your early morning mid-stream urine ( HCG concentration is higher ) to confirm your pregnancy. You can get a blood test done to detect HCG.

You can also visit your gynae and get clinically examined, USG done to detect pregnancy. Have nutritious diet, take care.
Answered: Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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