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Me and my boyfriend are really close. And last monday while he was over, things go hot.. His penis did enter a little a few times, but went back out because we didn't have a condom. Tue. evening I got a headache and now being Fri, I still have the headache and I feel sick at times. I'm just wondering if you can have smyptoms this early? I think it is possible, but not common. Am I right?
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You would not be having any symptoms common with pregnancy this early after a possible risk.

Headaches and feeling "sick" are symptoms of hundreds of other ailments, much much more common than pregnancy.

You have still had pregnancy and STI risks, however, so you can take a pregnancy test as early as 10-14 days from your risk, and if you are not both up to date on your STI screenings it would be a good idea to schedule one for both of you in about a month.

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Well, neither of us have them because we are each others first in everything. So neither of us have std's or sti's.
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It is true that if you are your partner's first kiss and any other sexual experience your chances of having and passing STIs are incredibly low. Just remember that there are some STIs that can be transmitted nonsexually.

Annual STI screens are also a part of a healthy safer sex relationship, even in a monogomous relationship, whether or not your or your partner has ever had an STI before, so it's a good habit to get into regardless [Smile]

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And so how high of a risk do I have?
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You had a moderate risk for pregnancy.

It's not avisable to try and look for any "symptoms" because they just aren't reliable. At this point the only way you'll know if you're pregnant is to wait for your period, and take a test if it doesn't show, or a pregnancy test will be accurate as early as 10-14 days from your risk.

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I'm not suppose to have my period until the July 16th. What would be the earliest symptoms? (other than a missed period)
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Like I said- there are no symptoms you should realistically be looking for. Any "symptoms" that are associated with early pregnancy are very common symptoms of other very common ailments, and it's very common for women who are worried about pregnancy and looking for these "symptoms" that they magnify even the littlest, probably completely unrelated thing.

The only sure signs of a pregnancy are a missed period and a positive pregnancy test, and I've already told you when you can take a test and get an accurate response.

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Ok, well thanks for you help. I'll just wait around.
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