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imflyinsolo15
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I had unprotected sex this past tuesday. so it has been 4 days since i had it. yesterday afternoon i went to go eat lunch, i walked into the restaraunt and as soon as i smelled food i got sick. this morning (well approximately the same time it was yesterday 1130am-1200pm)i am very nauseated. i can not smell food. i have not been sick, i have not been around anybody who has been sick, and later on yesterday i was perfectly fine. i ate a good dinner. is this possibly morning sickness?
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Nope, it is far, far too early for this to be morning sickness.

If it's not been 120 since your risk yet, you can still get EC. You'll just have eto be quick about it, because it's only effective for up to 120 hours.

And if you and your partner aren't up-to-date with your STI tests, you should get on that, too, as the unprotected sex put you at risk for STIs as well.

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is there anything it can be? associated with unprotected sex?
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You mean the nausea? Nope, I really don't see how that could be connected to unprotected sex. Again, if you had gotten pregnant, you wouldn't be seeing symptoms at all until 2-3 months into the pregnancy, and even then it's not a given because every body reacts differently.

It really sounds more like you caught a stomach bug. If it doesn't get better, go ahead and make an appointment to see your doctor about that.

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