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Unprotected sex, stomach bloating, chest pain, hot flashes, back pain. Pregnancy symptoms?

Hi I wanna know if okay I ve had sex with my boyfriend for almost 3 months now unprotected and he has came every time since November but I have had my period and my last one was the first of this month. But since December sometime my stomach has been very hard and its getting bigger I ve also had pains on both sides and when I sleep on my stomach I m very uncomfortable. And I have also had chest pains and hot flashes and lower back pain ...but yet my stomach keeps getting bigger is it possible I m pregnant
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
thanks for your query.
Unprotected intercourse can definitely lead to pregnancy.
If you have missed your period, then you could perform a pregnancy test.
Chest pains, hot flashes and back pain, plus the stomach getting bigger - none of these are confirmatory for pregnancy.
You should consult your gynecologist for a clearer picture
Take care
Answered: Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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