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Is it because of pregnancy that I am feeling tired and sleepy ?

im feeliing tired.a couple of weeks ago i took the plan b pill and i had a hard time with it back pain cramping and bleeding a couple of days after. then i got my normal period right after the plan b bleeding. it all lasted about two weeks. then myy boyfriend and i had sex unprotected but i was not ovulating. im sleepy all the time now is it too early to take a test? could i be pregnant?
Asked On : Tue, 22 Feb 2011
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If you had unprotected sex then there are chances to get pregnant.As for the tiredness you feel it can be due to various reasons like anaemia;deficiency of vitamins and minerals;overwork;and even due to pregnancy.Presently you have to wait til your periods and if you miss the periods then get tested for pregnancy.Till that time you can do your CBC blood test to rule out anaemia and if your haemoglobin is less then you have to start on iron supplements and even you can start on a multivitamin tablet.
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