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Could 2 minutes unprotected sex have made me pregnant?

I m afraid I might be pregnant. I had sex more than 3 weeks ago, and used the withdrawal method with my boyfriend. We only had unprotected sex for a couple minutes before he put a condom on. I ve been having some of the pregnancy symptoms like hunger, mood swings, mild cramping, and headaches. My lower stomach seems to be upset more than usual, as well. I m supposed to get my period next week, but I need to know if I m pregnant, could that 2 minutes have made me pregnant?
Asked On : Thu, 6 Jan 2011
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Its too early to tell if you are pregnant or not.The symptoms you have now could also mimic that of prementrual tension.If your due date is next week then i would say that you were in the safe period when you had sex.However,i advise you to remain calm for now and see if you actually miss a period.Only after that can any action be taken.
Answered: Thu, 6 Jan 2011
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