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Had intercourse, having irregular periods, feels sick, headache, cramps, sensitive to smell and bloating. Pregnant?

I had sex on Mar 18 and got my period 3 days later but it only lasted 2 and a half days. I have been feeling sick all the time, headaches everyday, cramping, food cravings , sensitive to smell, and bloating . I had sex again about 2 weeks later and then got my period a week and a half late and it lasted 4 and a half days and it was heavy one day then almost gone the next and heavy again and so on. Could I be pregnant or could there be something wrong?
Asked On : Wed, 9 May 2012
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It seems very unlikely that you are pregnant. The menstrual cycles seem very irregular and occurring within short intervals.

You will need further evaluation in the form of ultrasound study of the uterus and the ovaries. Please fix an appointment at your doctor's office regarding the same.

A word of caution: Practice safe sex to prevent STDs.

I hope this answers your query.

Answered: Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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