Don’t take a test yet you will not get any results. If you are pregnant then you would be 1 week, 2 days if your last period was on Feb 14 of 2010. You do not get any symptoms until at least 4/5 weeks. Right now there isn’t anything you can do but wait. Also remember you do not count from the sex you count from the 1st day of your last period. Wait until you miss you period to take a test it will be more accurate that way. Good Luck
If you are pregnant you might be able to get a positive on a pregnancy test at this point, but you also could be spotting and aching because of your period. A women ovulates anywhere from 12-16 days before her period. If you count your cycles from the first day of your period until the last day of your next period that is the cycle length. If you know that you have a period every 28 days, then you could take a test as soon as a few days before your period depending on what test you take.I would just wait and see if you start your period within the next week. It is normal to spot before your period and is linked to a decrease in Progesterone in your body most of the time. Let us know what happens!!!
At sixteen you are nowhere near ready to be a parent. While I know it can be done, and I have seen many of my close friends do it, it is very difficult and life-changing. If you are not pregnant, I would consider abstinence or birth control to help alleviate the stress of wondering. If you have missed your period, I would take a hpt and see how it comes out. If it is positive, you will need to start exploring your options.
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