Week and a half...need advice

Discussion in 'Am I Pregnant?' started by Blackberry1, Apr 24, 2019.

  1. Blackberry1

    Blackberry1 New Member

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    Hello guys,

    So the last time I had sex was April 14th and basically a bit over the weekend as I stayed with my boyfriend that weekend. We have always had unprotected sex with no consequences but this time I have suspicions.

    Mostly because I have felt the frequent urge to urinate starting over this weekend. I looked it up and I am not having leaking or strange smells so I am not sure if it's a UTI or anything. I have hardly been drinking any water lately. I tend to always feel tired and nauseous so that much hasn't changed but I have not been eating much this week so maybe it's bc of that?
    I am assuming I should take a pregnancy test by the end of this week? And again if need be a week after that.

    Is there anything or any symptoms I should look out for as I go about my week?
     
  2. Zoe_helen25

    Zoe_helen25 Well-Known Member

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    All pregnancy are different the only way you will find out is a test xx
     
  3. Blackberry1

    Blackberry1 New Member

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    If I had sex a week and a half ago on the weekend and ovulated that week, then when should I take the test?
     
  4. chattychar1990

    chattychar1990 Well-Known Member

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    Test if you are late for your period then you will get an accurate result
     
  5. MommyMaya

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    It takes time for an egg to fertilize and implant in the Uterus. When is your period due? I’d suggest just waiting until your period is due and if it’s late, take a test the next day. Take a test a week later if you still don’t have your period.
     

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