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Aria51
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Lately, we have had a lot of posts asking if *insert odd feeling here* should be taken as an indicator of pregnancy. Some of these odd feelings have included abdominal pains, headaches, frequent urination, fatigue... the list goes on for miles and miles.

The truth is, the ONLY reliable "symptom" of pregnancy is a positive pregnancy test. Many, many women do not even get morning sickness, headaches, fatigue, etcetera. Some get "symptoms" that are unique to them. A woman's "symptoms" may vary from pregnancy to pregnancy.

Since we are not doctors, we cannot diagnose ANY physical disease/disorder/condition. Even if we were doctors, we could not do so over the internet.

If you think you are pregnant, do not wait and see if you get the various "symptoms" to diagnose your pregnancy. If you have had unprotected intercourse, even for a second, take a pregnancy test as soon as you miss your period, or 2 weeks after the incident. If you used a condom but you think it broke or slipped, take a pregnancy test. If there was semen on your partner's hands, and you and your partner engaged in manual sex without wearing latex gloves, take a pregnancy test. If you for any reason are worried you may be pregnant... you know the drill.

Home pregnancy tests can be purchased almost anywhere -- drug stores (such as Walgreens, Osco, etc), chain stores (such as Wal-Mart, K-Mart, Target, etc), grocery stores, convenience stores/gas stations, and even online through places like drugstore.com and the Scarleteen Store. You do not have to be any "certain age" to purchase home pregnancy tests, and the clerks probably won't even remember what you bought after you're gone.

If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant, see a doctor. Pre-natal care and counsoling are one of those The Sooner The Better types of things. The sooner you acknowledge your pregnancy, the more options you have, and the more time you have to consider those options. This would also be an excellent time to get tested for STDs.

Take some time to follow these links, and read and understand the information within.

Where DID I Come From? A Refresher Course in Human Reproduction

What's The Risk? Easy Pregnancy Risk Assessment

Safe, Sound and Sexy: A Safer Sex How-To

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

Have a safe and happy New Year.

[This message has been edited by Aria51 (edited 12-25-2001).]


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Just to say, believe me, clerks dont' remember you , and they don't care. I know this is a big thing on some people's minds. I worked as a casher for wal-mart for 6 months, and i couldn't tell you one person i sold that stuff to. I would notice it when i brought it through but usually i was thinking, "good for them, rather then wait for "symptoms"". Believe me, the checkers dont' care what you buy. i'm sure i'm not the only cashier here who can back that up.

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quote:
Originally posted by Celtic Daisy:
Believe me, the checkers dont' care what you buy. i'm sure i'm not the only cashier here who can back that up.


*raises hand*
I worked checkouts for 18 months in the Australian equivalent of Wal-mart, and believe me, Celtic is absolutely correct.

Honestly, the cashier is more worried about when their shift will end than who is buying what. Like Celtic, I would only notice to think that I was dealing with a responsible person here- and then promptly forget what the person looked like the moment they'd gone.


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I also dont care. I was a cashier for awhile, until I started to work in customer service at a supermarket. I still get people that come up to me with questions about condoms and pregnancy tests. Its no big deal! Thats the last thing we are thinking about!

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Back to the top with ye
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wheeeeeee!
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Get back up there you silly discussion group!

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This is a useful read. Hop to!
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Up, up and away!

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We've missed you at the top, up you go!

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Likewise. I am a cashier and I have been for a couple of years. Each customer I deal with I typically only remember for maybe a few moments after the transaction and then it's onto the next person!

The only time I remember customers is if there's some detailed and interesting conversation. Otherwise, I could care less what people are buying!

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MY BOYFRIEND AND MYSELF ARE VERY SEXUALLY ACTIVE. WE HAD UNPROTECTED SEX ON THE 2ND - ASWELL AS THE DAY AFTER - BACK TO THE POINT, HE DID EJACULATE IN ME MANY TIMES. WHERE I HAVE IRREGULAR PERIODS I WENT ONTO THE INTERNET TO CALCULATE MY NEXT PERIOD AND IT REVEALLED THAT MY MOST FERTILE DAYS WAS THE 2ND ECT. I KNOW FULL WELL THERE IS A POSSABILITY THAT I COULD BE PREGNANT. I JUSHT AM REALLY WORRIED AND ANXIOUS WHETHER I COME ON MY PERIOD OR NOT..! HELP.!
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MY BOYFRIEND AND MYSELF ARE VERY SEXUALLY ACTIVE. WE HAD UNPROTECTED SEX ON THE 2ND - ASWELL AS THE DAY AFTER - BACK TO THE POINT, HE DID EJACULATE IN ME MANY TIMES. WHERE I HAVE IRREGULAR PERIODS I WENT ONTO THE INTERNET TO CALCULATE MY NEXT PERIOD AND IT REVEALLED THAT MY MOST FERTILE DAYS WAS THE 2ND ECT. I KNOW FULL WELL THERE IS A POSSABILITY THAT I COULD BE PREGNANT. I JUSHT AM REALLY WORRIED AND ANXIOUS WHETHER I COME ON MY PERIOD OR NOT..! HELP.!
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(Jem, please don't post all in caps, it comes across as yelling on the Internet. Also, this thread isn't the best place to post- you can make your own thread by clicking on the "new topic" button at the top of the page.)

If you had unprotected sex, you did have a pregnancy risk. Internet calculators really are of no use- you can't chart your cycle unless you're doing things like taking your temperature and charting cervical fluids and such. (And this is especially true if your cycle is irregular.) If it's been less than 120 hours since you had unprotected sex, you can still take EC to lower the chances of you becoming pregnant. If it's been more than 120 hours, all you can do is wait until it's been 10-14 days after your risk, and then you can take a pregnancy test.

I gotta ask, hon- if you don't want to become pregnant, why are you taking the risk? Do you need help selecting a birth control option that works for you?

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AM STRESSED RIGHT NOW.MY PERIOD CAME ON THE 16TH OF FEB AND FINISH ON THE 20TH AND IT CAME BACK ON THE 27TH OF FEB AND WHEN IT CAME BACK I HAD NO PAINS AND STUFF LIKE IT DID THE LAST TIME. WHATS WRONG WITH ME IS SOMETHING WRONG?IS IT REALLY MY PERIOD CAME BACK SO FAST OR WHAT?AM REALLY SCARED RIGHT NOW.I NEED SOME ANSWERS PLEASE A.S.A.P [Confused]
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With that short lapse, it may not be a period one of those times, but some type of unexplained vaginal bleeding.

What has the schedule of your periods been like before this? have you had any changes with your health lately? Are you or have you been sexually active recently or in the past?

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I HAVE BEEN SEXUALLY ACTIVE RECENTLY...AND MY PERIOD DOES COMES ON DIFFERENT DATE EVERY MONTH EVEN BEFORE I WAS SEXUALLY ACTIVE.SO WHERE DOES THE BLEEDING COME FROM.I WENT TO THE DOCTOR ALREADY HE SAID IS HOW AM YOUNG THAT WILL HAPPEN

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When you saw your doctor, did you have a round of tests for sexually transmitted infections? Some can cause unexplained bleeding.

(And can you not type in all caps, please? It's very hard to read, and online, it's read as yelling. Thanks.)

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no i was a still a virgin so no iwonder whats causing the bleeding

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I'm confused: you said you have been sexually active recently. What activities are we talking about?

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I SAY THAT I HAD MY PERIOD IN THIS MONTH LIKE FOR EXAMPLE I HAD IT LAST WEEK AND IT COME BACK THIS WEEK AND AM WONDERING IF ITS MY PERIOD AGAIN OR ITS SOMETHING ELSE U SAY ITS A VIRGINAL BLEEDING I WANT TO KNOW WHAT IS CAUSING IT

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I know, but have you had any kind of sexual activity before with a partner that was genital -- your vulva, your vagina?

I ask that because one common cause for unexplained vaginal bleeding is a common infection called Chlamydia. Other infections can also cause bleeding.

If you have NOT been sexually active, and you're also not having any kind of pain with this bleeding, and this is the first time it has happened you can probably let it slide for now and figure it may just be a hormonal fluke. If it keeps happening, though, then you'll want to go back to the doctor and also be sure you're being seen by someone who does do gynecology.

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AM SEXUALLY ACTIVE RIGHT NOW AND HAD SEX WITH MY B/F RIGHT AFTER MY PERIOD AND THEN AFTER THAT THE WEEK LATER I SAW THE BLEEDING IT CAME FROM DROPS OF BLOOD TO HEAVY BLEEDING ITS STILL HAPPENING NOW FROM SINCE FRIDAY I THINK I WILL VISIT THE DOCTOR ON WEDNESDAY

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Okay, then.

Than that bleeding could be -- these are just two possibilities -- from the sex you had -- especially if it was rough, if you were not very aroused, if you were not lubricated enough -- or from an infection through sex.

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ok thanks for all those answers.the sex wasn't rough.what kind of infection though?Can i do anything to treat it or help stop the bleeding?

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If you have an infection, a doctor first has to diagnose you with it, and can then prescribe treatments. Most genital infections are treatable, many very easily.

If the bleeding is getting heavier and heavier, I'd suggest not waiting until Wednesday to go in. In the meantime, there's nothing you can really do to stop bleeding, especially when we don't know why it's happening.

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well i have been researching the pregnancy symptoms and i have found that i have hadall of them and i am getting really nervous and i felt that i should tell my mom well i told her and she talk to me like i was an adult and explained everything to me so she tells me that she would feel really comfortable if i would call the local health department and set up an appointment to see a doctor and get a pregnancy test done and i go in on july 15th and i am now getting heavy bleeding with clots in it and my period was late in the first place thats why i went on and told my mom because it made it three weeks and three days late could this be something wrong with the pregnancy, a miscarriage, or maybe my period but i still have all of the symptoms i have found in my research please help me asap i am 16 and to young to be a mom and my job doesn't pay enough to support me and a baby
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Could i be pregnant??
Me n my b/f were messing around and we had our pants on but we were humping. My pants were wet n before this he had come. There was some penatration thru our pants.(I no sounds impossible but it happened) If there i chance i could be pregnant? or am i just being stupid?

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i don't know what to say did u miss your period?

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When you say there was penetraton through your pants, I assume you mean his penis entered your vagina despite you two being dressed? If so, does that mean you were wearing (as it would have to for that to happen) very thin garments? And if that's so, did he ejaculate during all of this?

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On babycare.com it said that you could still get your period and still be pregnant and I am really confused by that, because you hear people all the time everywhere you go saying " You cant get you period and still be pregnant."

Could someone help me figure this out? I am really scared right now!

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It's flatly not true that you can have a period and be pregnant, because a period means that you shed the lining of your uterus.

Some women do have some bleeding, though it is not the same as a period. In cases where a woman does have a lot bleeding during pregnancy, it's often an indication that something is amiss with the pregnancy. A significant number of those women will miscarry.

The bleeding you've described could be a normal period, or a very early miscarriage. Either way, you should get into see a doctor.

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Hi

Not to throw salt on the wound but before I found out I was pregnant with my daughter I tested negative using a pregnancy test. I and i waiting like a week after I missed my period. I had to go to the doctor and got a blood test that told me I was. go figure.. Please go to the doctor...


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False negatives, just so we're all on the same page, aren't impossible, and are more common than false positives, but most studies show that when tests are taken one week AFTER a missed period, the 99% accuracy most tests claim are, indeed, on par. Which makes false negatives pretty darn uncommon. Because one of us had one thing happen once isn't reason to suggest a protocol based on that for everyone else.

I mean, I first got assaulted at 11 by the man who cut our hair, but that doesn't mean I'm going to suggest everyone should avoid haircuts, you know?

So, do they happen? Yes, but they're most often due to not taking a test properly, taking a test too early (sometimes a few days or a week after a missed period is too early for some women or for some tests: not all tests are equally sensitive), or user error otherwise.

Most women really can rely on HPTs, so we don't need to advise every possibly pregnant woman to get a doctor's test (especially women who haven't even had a viable pregnancy risk, such as with dry sex). However, if you are missing periods over a month or two, or are having common symptoms of pregnancy, but getting negative tests, that's when it's sound to suggest going to the doctor. That way, too, even if it is not pregnancy, you can have someone look into what IS going on.

As well, most women DO miss a period when they become pregnant.

[ 07-13-2009, 08:33 PM: Message edited by: Heather ]

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