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Trying to conceive. Had unprotected sex. Experiencing pressure in pelvic area with twinges. Why?

Hi I ve already had one pregnancy and my daughter is now 14, we are now trying for another. We ve been having unprotected sex regular, my first date of my last period was 19th feb 2013 I worked out I should of ovulated Tuesday 5th march, we had sex the Friday and Saturday and Monday before Tuesday the 5th. Since Tuesday the 5th I have been experiencing a pressure feeling low down in my pelvic area like there is a brick in me with only a couple of twinges. I have only noticed a clear mucus once. And I m feeling tired and can t be bothered to do any thing. So you think I could be pregnant. Oh and I seem to be drinking more. I also had the runs the day before and the day of ovulation ( sorry cant spell the nicer word) I appreciate any advice
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
It is very difficult to say that you are pregnant or not pregnant according to this query.
Please get in home pregnancy test just after 7 days of menstruation date ( late).
Since , you have not mentioned your exact date , so symptoms may be symptoms of pseudo-pregnancy.
If any doubt than consult a GYnaecologist and get his opinion.
Good luck.
Answered: Tue, 6 Aug 2013
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