cat asked in HealthWomen's Health · 4 months ago

Am I pregnant? ?

I slept with my long distance boyfriend just over two weeks ago. It was my first time. We used a condom (but I’m not on the pill or anything), with no noticeable problems at the time. However, I think my period is a couple of days late (though I don’t vigorously track it)? And now I’m worried that something went wrong without us realising, or through pre c*m (although as far as I’m aware none went near my vagina). I’m having cramps but I don’t usually before my period and I googled and it said that can be an early pregnancy symptom? My nipples hurt too but I sometimes get that before my period. Help, I’m so worried :( 


any advice would be amazing !! 

5 Answers

  • Edna
    Lv 7
    4 months ago

    You would NOT  be having ANY sort of pregnancy symptoms if you had sex only a little over 2 weeks ago. Cramps are NOT an early sign of pregnancy. 

    Your period is only a couple of days late. The cramping and sore breasts are PMS symptoms, and are indications that you're about to begin your period. 

  • 4 months ago

    So condoms are for birth control. I think you're having psychological pregnancy issues.

    If you're too uptight about having sex without feeling like you're going to be pregnant, then you're not mature enough to be having sex at all.

  • :)
    Lv 5
    4 months ago

    I highly doubt it. Give it another 7-14 days before you start to worry. I’ve done things a lot riskier than that, and avoided pregnancy.

  • Elle
    Lv 7
    4 months ago

    As a nurse, I want you to know first that you have a human body, NOT a machine with settings!  You wrote;

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  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    Pregnancy tests are super accurate when you use them correctly. The pregnancy tests you get at the drugstore work 99 out of 100 times. They’re just as accurate as a urine pregnancy test that you’d get at a doctor’s office.

    Pregnancy tests work by checking your urine (pee) for a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG). Your body only makes this hormone if you’re pregnant. HCG is released when a fertilized egg attaches to the lining of your uterus — when pregnancy begins. If your pregnancy test results are positive, it means you're pregnant. If they’re negative, it means you’re not pregnant.

    Pregnancy tests are most accurate when you take them after you’ve already missed your period.

    A pregnancy test will be less accurate if it’s expired or if you don’t use it the right way. So always check the expiration date on the package, and carefully read the directions that come with your pregnancy test. 

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