Me and my boyfriend had sex on December 20/24 and since yesterday i been really gassy in still today i'm not having cramps but kind of bubbly sounds i wonder if this is early pms my last period was 12/6-10.
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replied December 30th, 2010
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The symptoms could either be due to PMS or indication of implantation and pregnancy or just trapped air coming out of vagina. If your periods are generally regular and you were in your ovulation time (time of egg release from ovary) at time of intercourse, then chances of pregnancy cannot be ruled out. Look out for other symptoms suggestive of early pregnancy like increased sleep, hunger and tiredness, mood changes, headaches, dizziness, fatigue, nausea, constipation, breast soreness, nipple sensitivity, blue veins on breasts, back pain, lower abdominal cramps, increased frequency of urination, pelvic discomfort and heaviness, food cravings, changes in sex drive, increase in vaginal discharge etc.
Visit your gynecologist/obstetrician for an examination and tests (blood HCG level estimation) to confirm/rule out pregnancy.
Take care.

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