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Am I Pregnant?

Author : Felicia

Submitted : 2018-02-13 22:11:54    Popularity:     

Tags: Pregnant  

Last week I had sex Tuesday,Wednesday and Thursday, throughout the next 2 days I was experiencing a mucousy stretchy discharge with a tinge of pink and then brown. Of course I panicked and took a pregnancy test on Saturday, and it was negative, obviously

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take a test again

You wouldn't be getting symptoms a few days after you had sex as it takes about a week for the fertilized egg to make its way down your fallopian tubes and into your uterus (which is called implantation) which then you're technically pregnant and then you may start to have little symptoms such as headaches, mild stomach cramps etc. but usually you don't get symptoms of pregnancy until after a few weeks after the implantation occurs. The biggest and most obvious symptom you'll get is missing your period OR implantation bleeding, which may seem like a period but it's usually very light and almost a pink color. That's when you should wait a couple of days, OR 7 days after your missed period date to get the most accurate result of an at home pregnancy test.

Assuming you're not on birth control, definitely get on to it so that way you don't need to stress about getting pregnant. As long as you take it correctly (assuming they first put you on the pill) you'll be fine. I'm sure you're not pregnant and you could just be overthinking the symptoms, what you might be experiencing is ovulating symptoms, so the best thing to do would be to try not to stress about it (I know it's easier said than done, but just keep yourself busy) and wait and see if you're period comes (which I'm sure it will) and then go from there. :)

Goodluck! x

You have to wait AT LEAST until next Tuesday to test.

It doesn't matter if you want to know now, because you can't know now.

Are you pregnant? If you had sex less than a week ago, probably not. It takes at LEAST 6-7 days for a fertilized egg to implant, and until that happens, you are not pregnant.

None of your 'symptoms' mean anything.

It's unclear if you are trying to get pregnant or not. If you are TTC, then there is no point in obsessing or searching for 'symptoms' until your period is actually late. (If you're unsure when it's due, allow about 3 weeks from the last time you tried.)
If you are NOT TTC, then of course you are using reliable contraception, so there is even less reason to be obsessing. Unless the condom broke or your IUD came out, no reason to be fretting about pregnancy.



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