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ohk so me and my boyfriend have been having unprotected sex for about 3 months and he never pulls out im not on any form of birthcontrol we just dont think i could get pregnant bcuz he smokes to much (i kno stupid) but ive been feeling sick everytime i eat or smell food n been cramping on my left side of my stomach. if i was pregnant i would onley be about 3wks or so is it to early to feel symptoms.n just parinoid or could i be pregnant

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replied November 10th, 2010
Am I Pregnant Answer A17052
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

Well, if you have not been using any protection and are now having sensitivity to smell, nausea, and cramping, then yes, you could be pregnant. Wait for a week and then take a pregnancy test and see if you miss periods in November. Hope this helps. Take care!

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