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Forum Name: Fertility
Question: should i be worried about pregnancy
|renee5802 - Thu Sep 15, 2005 4:04 pm||
A FEW WEEKS AGO MY BOYFRIEND AND I HAD SEX. THERE WAS A PROBLEM, THE CONDOM CAME OFF. THE WHOLE TIME WE THOUGHT WE WERE PROTECTED BUT WE WERENT. NOW I AM FEELING SICK TO MY STOMACH AND I HAVE SOME MAJOR MOOD SWINGS. SHOULD I BE WORRIED ABOUT PREGNANCY? WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT BY THE CONDOM COMING OFF THAT IT COULD ALLOW SPREM TO TRAVEL THROUGH ME. AND MY BREAST ARE REALLY TENDER, BUT THEY GET LIKE THAT ON MY PERIOD. BUT I HAVE AN IRREGULAR PERIOD SO I AM NOT SURE IF NOT HAVING MY PERIOD HAS TO DO WITH ME OR PREGNANY. PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!
|Derek H, RN - Thu Sep 15, 2005 6:40 pm||
During intercourse sometimes condoms can come off but not every time this leads to pregnancy.
The symptoms you have at present are from what you say normal during your period but again these symptoms can also be present during the first stages of pregnancy.
Best advice to you is to attend your physician or family planning centre and have a pregnancy test done . Or you can buy a home testing kit from your local pharmacy so that you can carry out the test yourself without anyone else knowing.
This way you can be sure one way or the other. However if you carry out a home pregnancy test and the result is negative you really should see your physician just to be sure as some home kits can give false readings.
Good luck and best wishes.
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