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Spotting after unprotected sex. Feeling tired, nausea, bloated, having cramps. Chances of pregnancy?

I m 24 always regular on my period but this month I ended on the 2nd had unprotected sex and now 2 weeks after I m having spotting it lasted for a day or 2 only needed a liner but now I m nauses,tired and I m. Bloated and and retaining water and have gas and slight cramping could I be pregnant or is my bdy just playing tricks on me?
Asked On : Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013

according to your description the possibilities are,

-as you had intercourse immediately after completion of period and as you are having regular periods there is less chance for ovulation around that period and also pregnancy,

possibly your spotting could be ovulatory bleeding,

in that case at present your symptoms could be premenstrual symptoms,

so probably you will get periods soon wait for one more week, if not consult gynecologist and go for blood test for pregnancy once.
Answered: Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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