Hi there. It's always so tricky to figure out pregnancy and especially if you have PCOS or an irregular cycle. It can be really confusing. typically, you can get a positive test 2.5 weeks after your last sexual intercourse if you got pregnant by it. But you know . . . that probably doesn't help you much as you don't have an 'instance' in particular of sex that worries you but that you have these symptoms with no period yet.
You could have ovulated and you could have gotten pregnant. But it is really hard to say. I personally would take tests at one weeks intervals. In the future, if you are trying, you can take your temp every morning before you get out of bed and record it. You will see a pattern, a woman's temperature rises a full degree around the time she ovulates and then it drops back down right before her period . . . UNLESS she is pregnant and then it stays high. So, I'd start testing. Don't be discouraged if you are not, it would just mean you have to try another time.
Did you have PCOS when you got pregnant with baby number one?
Ah, okay. That makes sense. Well, hey, you know how to recreate the situation if you want to officially try for another child down the road. In the mean time, I'd really just take a test at intervals. Dollar store tests work! :>))
wow, yeah if you are that far off from your last cycle that sounds like you really could be pregnant! definitely take a pregnancy test! Im rooting for you!