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Have a headache, lower back pain, lump in throat and tender breasts. Pregnant? Take urine test?

I have a headache, lower back pain , lump feeling in throat, fatigue , tender breasts and dizziness . My cycle is 22 days. I am now approximately 12 days DPO. I had unprotected sex all throughout my ovulation period as i am looking to conceive. I am gravida 1, para 0, elective abortion: 1. I just turned 43 yrs old. Could i be pregnant? When should I take a urine test?
Asked On : Fri, 12 Oct 2012
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Hello, I would be happy to help you.

Some of your symptoms might very well be related to pregnancy. Assuming you are 12 days DPO, it sounds like you are further along without a period than normal for you.

The earliest that a test will turn positive is about 2 weeks from when you had unprotected intercourse. So the latest that it will turn positive is going to be 2 weeks after the LAST episode of unprotected intercourse this cycle.

I hope this helps.
Answered: Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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