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am i prego??

I started my period on May 1st. I ended up having sex on May 1st, 2nd and 3rd, unprotected and he came inside of me. I have irregular periods so i never know when i ovulate. On the 6th i came down with a bad cold, and nausea. i have had the nausea everyday since then and i feel full all the time, so i havent been able to eat much. Could i be pregnant, and when should i wait to take a test??
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If you had sex during your period than you wouldn't be pregnant. Typically women ovulate around the 14th day of their cycle. The first day of your period is the first day of your cycle. So you would have to have unprotected sex around the time of ovulation in order to get pregnant. Sounds like to me if you have a cold, you probably have drainage running down the back of your throat and into your stomach making you sick. I really seriously dought with you having had sex on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd day of your cycle that you are pregnant. I hope that this helpful.  :)
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202436 tn?1326474333
More than likel you are not pregnant.  It IS possible, albeit very rare, for a woman to ovulate  very early in her cycle and become pregnant during or right after her period.  As I said this is rare.  The best thing to give you some peace of mind would be to either wait 2 weeks from the last time you had intercourse and take a test or to be even more sure, wait until your next period is due and see if it shows up on time.
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1255151 tn?1413891826
You most likely are not pregnant. Even though your periods are irregular the chances of you ovulating during your menstrual ccle are very low. I would wait to take a test until atleast May 25th but again the chances are pretty low.
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