Im 17 Btw ..& Ok Well Me & MY Bf Had Sex About A week And Couple couple days before my period,(friday) ! He Said He Didnt Ejaculate In Me , But He Did On The Outside Of Me , Close To The Inside. Ok Well Around Saturday I Started Feeling Bloated & Constipated .. Then On Sunday or Saturday I Felt Like Cramps . But Then Again Sometimes This Happens Before My Period . I Havent Had Much of dizziness , & ive been feeling kind of sick but not nausea . Yesterday i also discovered my right boob was kind of sore, and now im beginnign to feel gassy but im not as bloated anymore. I tryed the homemade bleach pregnancy test, and it came out fizzy and a little foamy but it went back down, so idk if that means im pregnant or not. My Period is Dec 30. , So I Just Need To Know If Im Overreacting or Could This Be Real.?
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replied January 1st, 2015
Hi,
Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am really glad to help you out.

Pregnancy can occur only when a sperm fuses with an ova or egg. For this the sperms need to be ejaculated inside the vagina or there should be entry of sperms inside the vagina which travel through the cervix and uterus to reach the egg in the fallopian tube. From the description, chances of pregnancy are less likely.

If you are apprehensive regarding the status of your pregnancy you can get it checked. Most home pregnancy tests that check urine beta-HCG are sensitive to 20-25 mIU/ml of HCG. The test can be positive anywhere from about 2-3 days prior to a missed menses to 4-5 days after, but usually it should be done 7-10 days past your missed period.

Otherwise you can get a serum HCG also done which is more specific than urine pregnancy test.


I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
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