ok heres the deal i had sex like 2 weeks ago and well i was throwing up like afterwards for the first couple days i i thought i could be pregnate but i got my period but it is a really light period i normally last 5-7 days and this one was 3days could i be pregnate or not
partygurl24 answered Sunday July 8 2007, 12:59 am: If you got your period then you can't be pregnant, but like others said, there is a possibility of pregnancy (especially since you were throwing up). Take a prenancy test and find out so that you know for sure :D.
S_C answered Thursday July 5 2007, 11:34 pm: There is always a chance of pregnancy after sex. Also, just because you thow up a day or two after doesn't make you pregnant. Actually, morning sickness doesn't kick in that quickly anyway.
Also, the other people who answered said period=no pregnancy, that's right and wrong.
A friend of mine got her period about 3 weeks after having sex. Then about a 2 after that she started spotting (a symptom of being pregnant). The spotting continued so she went to the doctor the following week. She was told that she could be 6 weeks pregnant. She told the doctor that wasn't possible because she had her period 2 weeks after having sex. The doctor told her that it didn't matter.
We always thought that if it's more than a week after having sex and then you get your period you're not pregnant, but apparantly that's not the case.
Don't stress too much because it will delay your period from coming again. If you haven't already, it's about time you take a pregnancy test. If it comes out negative quit your worrying. If you miss your next period take another test. If it still comes out negative see a doctor to have a formal test, just to make sure.
Any time you have sex you can get pregnant. Whether you use protection, whether he pulls out (pre-cum which isn't always noticeabe is enough to get a girl pregnant) or in any scenario where sperm has come into contact with your vagina.
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