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PCOS, on camila, have bloating, tiredness, nausea, mood swings. Had unprotected sex, got bleeding after coming off Kariva. Pregnancy?

I had unprotected sex two days ago with my boyfriend. I was off bc for a week because of headaches and i have been on camila for about 5 days now. I also have PCOS . I was bleeding last week after being taken off Kariva. but not sure if it was period or not because my actual period was 2 weeks ago. Today I feel bloated, tired, some nausea , and yesterday I was SUPER moody. Could I be pregnant? or is it something else?
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2014
Thanks for the query.
From your question I understand that you have been taking tablet kariva until before one week and had bleeding after that and later you were started on tablet camila since last 5 days.

If you have been taking the kariva tablet regularly, there is no reason for pregnancy. Also it is way too early for symptoms of pregnancy to come after 2 days since sexual contact.

Your symptoms are most probably related to the cariva pills that cause bloating, nausea, mood swings and tiredness. The symptoms usually gets settled after a few days of use.

My suggestion for you would be to wait until your next period as it is not possible to detect pregnancy by any method at this early stage. If the period is regular [as it most likely would be], you need not worry. If not , then do a urine pregnancy test 7 days after the missed period to check for pregnancy.

Hope this helped you.
Feel free to contact me whenever you need help.
Thanks for using HCM and have a good day.
Dr. Madhuri Bagde
Consultant Obstetrics and Gynecology
Answered: Thu, 5 Dec 2013
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