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Ovulation date, had sex. Have dizziness, cramps, headaches, lightheadedness. Suggest?

I'd love to know if you're on the 27th day passed your ovulation date, and you had sex, how secure is the fact you're pregnant if you're regular,and are 8 days late - Symptoms are dizzyness, lightheadedness, mild headaches, cramping,much like when you get your period cramping? feeling like you're getting it, run to the bathroom and see nothing there? Lots of white cervical mocus
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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I have gone through your available history.
Ovulation usually occurs in middle of the regular menstrual cycle. if you are on 27th day after ovulation which mean it is about few days delay in regular menstrual cycle.
if you are having sex at this time, it is less likely to have pregnancy.
all your symptoms are suggestive of imminent menstrual bleeding. if it does not,
you should go for Urine Pregnancy test and consult gynecologist
Answered: Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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