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gerrybeth
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I had a one night stand July 28th while on holiday. We had sex twice first time i know for sure we used a condom and he came. Second time i think we only put a condom on half way through but i'm not 100 % sure. I'm unsure whether he came or not.
I've also found out from online ovulation test that this was my most fertile day this cycle... which only convinces me more.

My last period was July 14th... i have a regular cycle of 28 days so i was due last tuesday (August 11th) but still no period, or not even any discharge that i usally get beforehand. I have had my usual pms symptoms but obviousbly these can be hormones.

Something i noticed a few weeks ago was that i kept getting dizzy and sleeping alot... my mom thought i might be diabetic but now with a late period i am worried these are signs of pregnancy.
My stomach has also became strange i have put on weight all over my body due to not exercising as much but i never usually put too much on my stomach, i keep touching it and it feels harder then usual to touch and doesn't seem bloated.

Knowing the basic facts whats do you think... i'm getting a test tomorrow but until then just wondering what you think?...

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Heather
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Do bear in mind that online fertile calculators are not all that accurate unless they ask you for weeks of basal temperatures and cervical mucus observations.

Some of the things you're talking about -- like stomach bloating -- simply are not early pregnancy symptoms. A "harder" stomach also is a common thing people who THINK they are pregnant and have never been will say they are sure is a symptom, but pregnancy doesn't create that symptom, especially in the first trimester.

If you're late, you can take a pregnancy test now: why don't you do that, okay? You'll also want to schedule a screening for sexually transmitted infections soon as well.

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