Hi Im 20 and have been experiencing some pregnancy symptoms I had unprotected sex on the 14 and 15 of december and the afternoon of the 15 i woke up and was bleeding but it wasn't the same as my regular period. I was only bleeding when I wiped and never enough to fill a pad. only lasted 3 days. I immediately started having morning sickness, was and still am very tired for no reason. Seem to be gaining weight I get frequent headaches. The smells of foods make me nauseous and can no longer eat spicy mexican food which i love. clothes started to not fit anymore. I have started to workout but never see any change except I am gaining and not losing. my breasts are always extremely tender and sore. please respond and help me.View Thread
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