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Hey, i'm 17 and I have had unprotected sex and he pulls out and we have been doing that for over a year now but 3 weeks ago he cum in me and I took the morning after pill 2 hours after it happened. I have been extremely moody, I have been really sleepy, I'm a lot more hungry than usual, I'm craving a lot of food that I wouldn't normally eat, I feel bloated, I have been feeling my belly so much lately, and I have noticed myself drinking a lot more water. I just had my period this week but I'm wondering could I be pregnant. I was just wondering, could there be a possibility that I could be pregnant? I haven't taken a pregnancy test but I will next month. Please write back. Thanks so much!
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replied May 18th, 2018
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Two weeks before your period is expected is when you ovulate and unprotected sex at that time can easily get you pregnant. The emergency contraception and period suggest you don't have anything to worry about, but the fatigue, emotions and appetite changes are a bit of a concern. You could run a home pregnancy test on Sunday morning first am pee with a fair chance of accuracy if that will ease your mind.

Pull out sex will get you pregnant after a while. Buy yourself some condoms and insist on their proper use. Download a period tracker and stay away from the fertile window. Best of luck!
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replied May 19th, 2018
I find Clue is the best app you can use to track your periods. I’ve used Clue to track when my next period would be coming and my fertile window. I don’t think you’re pregnant if you had a period, it just doesn’t work that way. I don’t think you’re pregnant.
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replied June 18th, 2018
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You are not pregnant. But use condoms
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replied August 21st, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !

I went through your query and i understand your concern.Pregnant women can have some light irregular bleeding during pregnancy, but it should not be like a “normal” period. ... If you are bleeding enough to fill pads and tampons, then this would be a good indication that you are probably not pregnant.

Take care
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