Me and my bf had sex about a month ago, i was in the middle of my period, and he used a condom, and i'm on the pill I also lost my virginity that day. For a week or so after i felt bad, i bled more, even had some pinkish fluid comeout, I went to the doctor and i didn't tell them i was worried about being pregnent, they tested my blood, urin and a vaginal swype. This was 9 days after we had sex. They said it was just pain from the sex and i had a yeast infection. It's now been a month, and i was suposed to get my period for the past 2 days, but havent, also for the past month i've been peeing more often and this past week it became foamy. I am worried aobut being pregnent again, btw we haven't had sex sinse then. When the doctors tested my blood/urin do they usely look for pregency symptoms too? Also is it possible that I am indeed pregnant? Me and my bf are quite worried, especially that my period usely comes regulary/ Please help and answer my two questions, i beg you.
Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am really glad to help you out. Normally the pregnancy test is not done and the physician has to diligently look for the symptoms of pregnancy and especially if the patient suspects so. The possibility of pregnancy is definitely there and Iâll suggest you to do the urine for pregnancy test around 1 week after you missed your periods. A serum beta HCG levels can also be done which is a more sensitive test and if you donât want to wait that long. If the pregnancy test is negative, then possibly the delay in the periods could likely be due to the hormonal imbalance. Please do consult a gynaecologist for the same.
I sincerely hope this information helps. Take care.
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