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i ovulated feb.1st and didnt know it. i had unprotected sex that day and before that day as well. as well as feb 2nd. and my boyfriend came inside of me everytime. i am fertile this week untill the 6th. do you think i could be pregnant?


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replied February 6th, 2011
Am I Pregnant Answer A19372
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

If you have unprotected sex around ovulation, chances of pregnancy are very high but not 100%. Hence you will have to wait for the next due date and if you miss your periods, take a pregnancy test. Alternatively you can measure the beta HCG levels in blood about 5-6 days before the next due date (that is if you have a regular cycle). Hope this helps. Take care!



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replied February 6th, 2011
i am a 18 year old girl. my last period is december 14. i had a sex intercourse with my boyfriend on jan 11. then jan 14, i was expecting my period to come.. but it did'nt came then we had sex again next jan 18.. then we had our last sex on jan 24, we did'nt use any birth control.. then 2days later i was discharging brown blood (spottinG) for 4 days.. then i usually feel im dizzy and wants to vommit, i feel tired and i feel hungry although i have just ate a minute ago. i've been urinating frequently and i did have diarhhea.. and im discharging now white blood. and now i developed some nasty bloating. and im feeling like there was heartbeat in my stomach and i am having some cramping and pain in my stomach.. i take a pregnancy test but it's result was negative.. am i pregnant? or i am just sick? please answer.. ASAP! i really need help!!
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replied February 9th, 2011
i think that you are definately PREGNANT !
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