Please Help Could I Have Gotten Pregnant

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startingtowonder - February 17

I am not on birth control or anything - my boyfriend and I use a combination of the calendar method and condoms. My last period started 2 days early on Jan. 20th. For the last 6 months or so my periods have been starting on day 26 or 27...but in the past they were usually always 28-29 days long. This month we had unprotected s_x on Feb. 8th...which was cd 19. I know its really late in the cycle, but since my periods have been a little off and with my symptoms I'm starting to wonder. My longest cycle ever was 32 days. I have been crampy for almost a week with lots of creamy discharge and no sign of af - which I was expecting two days ago. I'm exhausted and have a bit of a cold/sore throat. I'm definitely moody. Usually when I start to cramp I start my period, I am just feeling really thrown off by having these symptoms with no af. What are the chances I may have gotten pregnant? Thanks.

 

teresap - February 17

Any time you have unprotected s_x, there is always the possibility of pregnancy. If you are two days late, take a hpt with first morning urine. Good luck!

 

startingtowonder - February 17

Still no sign of my period this morning...I've had a very distinct headache that I wake up with every morning for about 5 days. I have no appet_te. I want to talk to my boyfriend about everything, and have him with me to take a test - but I don't want to worry him unnecessarily. I know he would love to have a baby - but the timing is just not right. He's moving a few hours away for grad school in about 5 months - I don't want to ruin that for him. Am I getting way ahead of myself? I'm probably not even pregnant, right?!

 

austynsmommy - February 17

The only way to find out is if you test. Good luck.

 

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