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Unprotected sex, period not due, breasts hurts and feel heavier, missed pills. Pregnant?

Had unprotected sex one week and 5 days now. My period is not due until the 14th of this month but my breasts hurt and feel heavier so am wondering if I could be pregnant. The only way I could be pregnant if from the pre-ejaculation. My problems is that its too early for a pregnancy test and too late for a morning after pill. I was on a family planning pills which I missed a lot of day in between dosage. What are my chances of being pregnant? And is is a possiblity that I could be pregnant?
Asked On : Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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Hi, thanks for using healthcare magic

Pregnancy tests detect the level of HCG hormone. There are some early detection tests that can detect lower levels of hormones.

The normal tests can detect pregnancy by 2 weeks after the point of conception.

The early tests may be able to detect pregnancy prior to this.

You can consider doing one of these tests to determine if you are pregnant.

I hope this helps
Answered: Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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