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I missed 2 pills had my period then had unprotected sex

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I have been on birth control for 4 years now. I missed 2 pills had my period then had unprotected sex the day after my period ended. I now have frequent urination and dull localized cramps in my pelvic area. I have fatigue and I'm dizzy a lot. It would have been 2 weeks ago if I conceived. I'm negative for uti. I have no discharge or vaginal discomfort. My breasts do not hurt but nipples are sensitive. Could I be pregnant?

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replied September 17th, 2016
Am I Pregnant Answer A58836
Sorry for the late response. As per your description, you have sex just after the period. It eventually rules out all the possibilities of getting pregnant.However, these all symptoms are generalized symptoms and nothing related to pregnancy.Have you restarted the pills? If not, this could be due to the pill withdrawal.Have you been tested for UTI? If not, do it. Otherwise, just wait for your next cycle and if not, do a pregnancy testing and meet your GP>

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