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Name: nari_mom07
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I've had unprotected sex in the past month and am not on any type of birth control. I'm having bouts of nausea, my appetite has increased drastically, I get tired quick even after having a full nights sleep, and my nipples and breast have become tender and sore. Could I be pregmant or am I obsessing?
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Name: CeeTheZombie | Date: Mar 29th, 2011 2:24 AM
Personally, I've been having the same issues and I'm terrified that I'm getting my hopes up because I really want to concieve. I had unprotected sex exactly a week ago, I've googled almost all day because my nipples are already sore and I get nauseous after eating almost anything. I can't eat my favorite candy now cause the smell made me sick earlier.
Basically, what I'm trying to say is I know how you're feeling. 

Name: LBUK | Date: May 14th, 2011 4:39 PM
I'm fairly sure you wouldn't have pregnancy symptoms until around 8weeks, but you could be!
only way to know for sure is to take a test - if you want a baby id try and forget about it if i were you and just take a test if your period doesn't come. Before i was expecting i kept seeing symptoms where there weren't any just because i wanted to be and was disappointed every month!

Name: mother.to.be | Date: May 14th, 2011 10:47 PM
Actually you'll start getting symptoms when your 4 weeks, but everyone is different. 

Name: Ava_089 | Date: May 17th, 2011 7:08 PM
Hi my name is ava i miss my period Feb.22, 2011 and its may 17, 2011 still no period and took 5 tests but they all said no . should i get a blood test ? am i pregnant? 

Name: lu la | Date: Jun 18th, 2011 10:56 AM
hi, i'm 8 weeks pregnant with twins. It took me and my partner a year to get pregnant. I was told you don't get any symptome until at least 4 weeks. The best thing to do is relax and let nature take its course no matter how hard it seems. Good luck x 

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