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I had sex without a condom on the last day of my period, which was barely any blood. I'm worried I might be pregnant because I have some symptoms like tender breasts, cramping.
Hi Tender breasts and cramping could be a sign that you are pregnant. It is difficult to know as these symptoms can be caused by other conditions as well. The most common symptom is that your period is late. The best way to find out is by doing a pregnancy test. Your health care provider can do this test for you or you could also buy one from your local drugstore. Let us know if you need any... Read Full Answer
what is ejaculation and how can we abort pregnancy without going to an hospital
Ejaculation usually happens during sex or masturbation. It is when semen (cum) comes out of the penis. It can also happen when guys sleep which is sometimes called a “wet dream”. To abort a pregnancy without going to a hospital, you can go to a clinic that offers this service. In BC women can call any clinic that offers abortions to make an appointment. During this appointment the health care... Read Full Answer
I HAD UNPROTECTED SEX THE PAST WEEK NOW I HAD STOMACH SORE AND BOB A LOT.I SUSPECT IT MAY BE SIGN FOR PREGNANCY
Hi The most common signs for being pregnant are having a missed period, tender swollen breast, feeling tired, nausea with or with vomiting. I don’t know your full medical/sexual history or what other symptoms you are having but I would also recommend seeing a health care professional about STI testing. With having unprotected sex it is possible to get pregnant or have an STI pass. The health... Read Full Answer
Does birth control cause weight gain?
Hi There are a few different types of birth control. A small number of these can have weight gain as a possible side effect. This means that it does not happen to everyone who uses that method. Have a look at the sexandu page on different birth control methods. They list how they work as well as any possible side effects like weight gain. I would just recommend talking with your health care... Read Full Answer
I had unprotected sex for the first time about 4 to 5 weeks ago. Within an hour of sexual intercourse, I took a contraceptive pill and a week to a week and a half later I got my period. I have no fatigue, or nausea, and my breasts aren't tender. Am I pregnant? Or just over stressing my action?
If you took Plan B (the Morning after pill) and then had your period a week later it is unlikely that you are pregnant. If you had not had your period and it was 4-5 weeks after taking Plan B or if you were having fatigue, nausea or breast tenderness it would be a good idea to do a pregnancy test. Please leave a comment to let us know if this answers your question or if you need more... Read Full Answer