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Having unprotected sex. Drinking alcohol. Feeling sick and back pain. Chances of pregnancy?

hi, ive been having sex since my last period 3 weeks ago with my partner, and never used protection, also im not on anything to stop getting pregant, but we have sex quite alot. ive drank alcohol 3 nights this week.. and ive been being sick for the last few days. with back pains, stomachache, feeling sick, being sick, cant face food. i dont drink that much normally maybe one night a week, just this once ive done more. i havent eat proper for 6 days, is there any chance i could be pregnant? i cant afford to pay for this to be answerd is there not a free option
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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Hello Dear,
Your queries will be answered on HCM, whether paid or free.
The symptoms that you mentioned can be due to pregnancy, but they are not specific, so nothing can be confirmed. Since you are not using any protection, you may be pregnant. Do a pregnancy test at home anytime after the missed period to confirm.
Your symptoms say that you have been quite unwell, which is unusual at such early pregnancy, so i suggest that you consult a doctor.
Till the time it is confirmed that you are not pregnant, i suggest that you avoid alcohol.
Take care
Dr Juhi.
Answered: Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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