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    HELP!!! I’m getting really worried – I had unprotected sex about 5 weeks ago (on the last day of my period) and took the morning-after pill 2 days later. I had a bleed 2 days after that, which lasted for about 4 days. Usually I’m regular as clockwork, but now I’m more than 2 weeks late from the time when I should have had my normal period.

    The thing is, I feel all wrong at the moment. I feel nauseous when I wake up, I have tight pains on my right side, I’m very tired, stroppy, my breasts are bigger and hurt, and yesterday I had a funny spasm in my stomach. I felt like I could control it, but my muscles tensed up a few times. I took a pregnancy test on saturday, and it came out negative.

    Why am I getting all these symptoms?! Is there a chance the test was wrong? The woman on the till said I should take 2, but I didn’t have enough money on me.

    Sorry for the long explanation, but I need help! I’d be real grateful for any advice.

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    Since you had unprotected sex during the last day of your period, it is very unlikely that you are pregnant. You can only conceive when you ovulate, which is 2-3 weeks from the first day of your last period (14-20+ days). Ovulation only lasts for 24 hrs., but you are fertile a few days before you ovulate and one, possibly two after that. I think that your period may be late b/c you didn’t take your pill correctly. You need to see a doctor immediately!!!!! How about looking up a local clinic ASAP so you can receive free services!!!!!!!

    P.S. Tell them everything that’s been going on so if you are not pregnant, they can find out what’s wrong.

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