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hi im 23 and me and my partner have been trying to get pregnant for 6 months and for the past...
2months have been getting all the sign and even get weird feelin in my stomach had my periods and also have neg preg test so i kno im not pregnant, my last period was in 14th sept and tht lasted 4-5days for the past 2 days i have been havin alot of vaginal fluid but only noticed during intercourse i get quite embarrassed about it, i kno i dont have any sti's or anything as been tested for them, and i have back ache and still weird feelin in stomach could i have conceived this early its been bout a week but surely i wouldnt have signs now would i? please help
You should probably go and see a doctor, just to get yourself checked out and give you some peace of mind that everything is okay. I'm sure you are fine, but you should go and make an appointment. Don't be embarrassed about more fluid during intercourse - it can be quite normal, and most guys find it very sexy. Sometimes stressing about getting pregnant can actually stop it from happening. Sometimes just relaxing and letting it happen can be the best medicine. Take care, good luck and hope you get some good news soon!
Honey... I knew the day after my son was conceived. I just felt tired and nauseous. Morning sickness (or all day sickness, to be more specific) can start as close to 24 hours after conception.
If I were you, I would wait untiil a missed period before taking a test to ensure an accurate reading,
If your not, have fun trying to conceive. ;-) Not alot of time for that after.
Best of luck
you can have preganency testing kit in your home itself to test it.
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