At 8 dpo I felt a sharp pain in my lower left abdomen, only lasting 2 seconds, came out of nowhere and left just as quickly.
Since then, I’ve had nausea (always around 10 AM, sharp stabbing pains in boobs, headaches, it takes me an hour to fall asleep, I’m always exhausted during the day (even if I get the same amount of sleep as usual).
My last two cycles had 9 day lunar cycles and it’s 11dpo. I always get super intense cramps starting 5 days before my period. I have no cramps.
It’s too early to test, I’m just getting opinions and advice.
My family has extreme fertility in the girls. I have an IUD to prevent pregnancy but I know nothing is perfect, it’s the mirena, and I still ovulate.
Pregnancy tests are generally accurate about 7 to 10 days after sex. If it has been that long or longer after you had sex, you should try taking a pregnancy test. If you would like a free and confidential pregnancy test, you can go to http://www.optionline.org. Just search for a pregnancy center in your area and give them a call. They will be happy to help you!
In the meantime, let us know how things turn out. We’re here to help!
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