My girlfriend started her period near valentines day. But today she is feeling sick. She says that her stomach hurts and she has a headache. She started to freak out thinking she is pregnant. She said that her period only lasted 4 days and during the whole time she was spotting.
Could she be pregnant?
Is it too early to take a hpt?
n00b, If you had unprotected sex with her, there is a chance that she can be pregnant. Why are you endangering your future by having unprotected sex with her?
Normally when she gets signs like headaches and hurts, she should be able to take a test.
Was her valintine's day bleeding when she expected her period? If it was a few days early, it might have been implantation bleeding. You do not really give enough information on her cycles to figure out what is going on.
When you buy a pregnancy test, buy some condoms for crying out loud - and hope it is not too late.
First susan, i appreciate the response, but you shouldnt assume anything. We do use protection. We are VERY VERY careful. So please don't go around judging when you don't know the details. This is a girl i have been dating for over a year and who, together with her, we decided to get married in the next year or so, after i finish getting my degree. This isn't just some guy worried he knocked up his one night stand.
As for when, yes she was expecting it around valentine's day.
As for when her cycles are, i really don't know the details, but i believe she is pretty regular, if she is "late" she is only ever late by a day or two, and she has them once every 28-30 days.
I have an update. She says in her words that she "feels different down there" when i asked exactly what she meant, she said that there is more "stuff down there" she said that she has alot of white milky stuff. Is this a possible sign?
Have her take a pregnancy test. If that wasn't a normal period then she's well over a week late, a pregnancy test would be accurate. Rather than speculating on possible signs, why isn't she taking a test?
Many women experience white, milky discharge during pregnancy and when they are not pregnant. Amounts can vary monthly and it isn't a symptom that automatically points to pregnancy-- like a positive pregnancy test would