Last month my boyfriend ejaculated inside of me, twice. It was about a week before my period.I am on the nuva ring, when I was supposed to get my "period" I just spotted for a day and a couple times when I used the bathroom.I didn't want to worry about it much, because I didn't want to worry myself sick and start thinking I was pregnant if I'm not. But lately, especially this past week I've been very tired, very hungry and eating a lot, and feeling really bloated afterwards. I'm getting weird cramping/ pains randomly out of no where in my upper and lower stomach. I feel weird almost heartburn in my chest and I'm really gassy. All I really want to do is lay around really. does this sound like any symtoms? thanks
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Symptoms are not a sound way to evaluate pregnancy, especially very early on, so that's not something we look at here or consider an accurate indication of anything. Very often, people who are pregnant don't have any noticeable symptoms at all, and those who do tend to have similar symptoms people do from PMS.
So, as we've discussed with you before, if and when you think you may be pregnant, what you need to do is to take a pregnancy test, or ask a doctor for one, as that's the only way to accurately determine early pregnancy.
However, if you have been using your NuvaRing correctly, pregnancy is unlikely. And even if you test negative, if you keep feeling the way you have been, I'd suggest a doctor's visit to find out what IS going on, especially with your previous health issues.
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