I wanna say about 3-4 weeks ago me and my fiance had sex two days in a row and he came inside but it never came out, it leaked out slowly through the night. that was my second week on birth control (just started it the week before after being off for 7 months and not conceiving) well about last week and this week i have had loose stool when going to the bathroon, I have PCOS and dont have regular periods and dont ovulate. then i stopped my birth control a week ago, then yesterday i felt pressure in my ovaries for 3-5 minutes so of course we did the deed lastnight just incase that was ovulation, Can anyone explain this, did i ovulate yesterday? or did i from the time it went up and never came out, is loose stool a early preg sign?
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Having loose stools could be a sign for pregnancy (bowel irritation due to pelvic congestion and increased uterine blood blow). If you were not on your birth control for some time, then the current pack would have been same as first time birth control use. You will not be protected during the first 3-4 weeks. The âpressureâ feeling in ovaries could be suggestive of possibility of ovulation. Another possibility could be probable implantation of fertilized ovum (if you are pregnant). Wait and watch for your periods/withdrawal bleeding. Look out for development of any other new symptoms. If you suspect to be pregnant, or if you have abnormal periods or if periods do not start within 10 days of expected period dates, then you should consider visiting your doctor/gynecologist for examination (to confirm pregnancy related changes/signs in body) and blood/serum HCG level test (to confirm/rule out pregnancy accurately).
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