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Had unprotected sex during ovulation week. Pregnancy test is negative. Is there any chances for pregnancy?

Me and my husband are TTC and had unprotected sex 3 times during my ovulation week (I have the pink pad app on my phone that tells me whenever I am)
My breast are slightly sore, I am constipated, gassy, extremely moody, and cramping. My period came a day before it was suppose to and it was SUPER light. I've never had one this light, and it only lasted 3 days and suddenly stopped. I am still having all of the symptoms of my period, though. Also, something in my body just doesn't feel right. I am achy and tired all of the time. I took a pregnancy test right before I started bleeding and it was negative. Is there a chance I could still be pregnant? We have been TTC for a while now.
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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The negative pregnancy test rules out the pregnancy specially if you had your periods even if the bleeding was lighter. The lesser bleeding that you had is likely to be due to the hormonal disturbance or the stress.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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