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hello, i am now married and my husband and i have started to try for a baby. we had intercourse on the 7th 8th 9th and 11th. those where my fertile days according to a chart i got. when can i take a test to see if i am pregnant.?? when do you start to feel symptoms?
yesterday i felt a little naseated and they same today. can that indicate a pregnancy?
i have been to my docotrs and tested for rubella and had talked to her about becoming pregnant. my cycle is 28 days.

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Don't go by symptoms of pregnancy, since most symptoms are also symptoms of a number of other ailments. If you find you're pregnanct and then have these types of symptoms, then you can relate them to pregnancy a bit more soundly.

You can take a pregnancy test 10-14 days from when you last had intercourse and get an accurate result. Do note false negatives can happen, and if you don't get your period, test again about a week later.

Did your doctor talk with you about fertility awareness? By charting your basal temperatures and cervical mucus, you can better chart your cycles and how to tell when you're reaching the time of ovulation.

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