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is it too soon to detect if im pregnant or not? just yesterday i had unprotected sex with my boyfriend, and now today my breast are hurting and feeling a little tender. earlier today my neck started randomly hurting, and i got a slight cramp but then it w

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
25 years experience Psychiatry
Signs : Signs of pregnancy can include tender, swollen breasts, feeling tired and nausea. Headaches, backaches and increased urinary frequency are not uncommon. The day after having sexual intercourse is too early to take a pregnancy test. If you do not have your next period when anticipated, you can do a home pregnancy test about a week later.
Answered on Oct 3, 2016
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