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Sore breasts, bad headache, bloating, nausea. Had unprotected sex. Pregnant?

I had my last period on Jan 12-17 then had sex without a condom from the 17 to the 22 sex without a condom from the 17 to the 22 and I ovulated on the 25th and its the 31of and I ovulated on the 25th and its the 31of Jan and I m cramping Jan and I m cramping bloatinggassy nausea bloatinggassy nausea and my breast r sore having bad head ache so and my breast r sore having bad head ache so is this a sign that I could be pregnant? is this a sign that I could be pregnant?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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How are you so sure of your ovulation. If so then it is less likely that you can be pregnant ad you had sex in your safe period but still the possibility cannot be ruled out. Wait for your natural cycle and if you miss your period get a pregnancy test done. For the bloating and gas symptoms it can be due to gastritis so advice you to take antacids. Consult your doctor for further advice.
Answered: Thu, 7 Feb 2013
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