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I wonder am I pregnant because I had sex with my boyfriend 2 days before my ovulation and I've had all the pregnancy symptoms nausea always sleepy fatigue cravings lost of appetite and not a regular period in July and I'm waiting for a menstrual now That I don't think is coming so Can I be pregnant?

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replied August 7th, 2012
Am I Pregnant Answer A37827

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

Intercourse during and nearing ovulation days carries a risk of pregnancy as sperms can survive in the female genital tract for about 5 days so always it is advisable to avoid it during 9 to 16 days as they are the most fertile days in a regular 28 to 30 day cycle.The symptoms described by you as missed period,nausea, fatigue,cravings are indicative of pregnancy possibility and since you had contact near ovulation chances of conception are present.

Get a Urine test done for pregnancy determination.Kindly visit a Gynaecologist for evaluation so that further line of action can be decided.Avoid stress.

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