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a dull aching pain in my lower stomach and lower back?

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I had unprotected sex, the day after my period, three weeks ago and now I'm worried that I may be pregnant. Two weeks after I had unprotected sex, I started to experience a dull aching pain in my lower stomach and lower back similar to period pains but I was not due on: I was wondering if this could be implantation cramping? I've also become a lot more temperamental with my moods going from one extreme to the other. I've felt nauseas but haven't vomited and have completely lost my appetite. My breasts have started to become a lot more tender as well. I don't know if I'm just overthinking the situation or I could actually be pregnant. Any ideas?
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replied July 19th, 2011

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Unprotected intercourse carries a risk of and your symptoms could be suggestive of pregnancy.If you had intercourse nearing ovulationchances of conception are present.
Wait for the periods right now.If missed consider visiting a Gynaecologist for evaluation.

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