So i usually take birth control but this month, I started my new pack a week late. Between my period and the start of a new pack I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend of 2 years. I noticed a week after we had sex, I had a little bleeding, very very light, which lasted for about a day. I have been overly emotional and crying over things i would usually never cry over. I get stappy with my boyfriend and feel like everything he says is wrong. almost everything I smell makes me gag, including the smell of milk. Also I dont know if this is relevant, but my youngest cat, who is 4 months old (and not fixed), wont stop licking me and follows me around everywhere, which is not like him. I am 4 days late for my period at this point.
IS it even a possibility that i am pregnant?View Thread
I am not sure but I think some women dont have the same level of hormones as others. It took my mother being a month late for the test to be positive. And she suffered from a number of issues because of low hormone levels, the first time she became pregnant she miscarried.View Thread
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