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22 Nov 2004
Something happened two weeks after my period.I've been having sharp pains in my stomach for two days and I am very tired.I can't seem to keep my eyes open and I feel nausues early in the morning and at night time.Is there a possibillity that I may be pregnant or must I rather go and see my gynae.
If you mean that you had intercourse two weeks after your period, that would have been your fertile time. If you miss a period now, you should do a pregnancy test. Painas you describe is not a symptom of pregnancy. If it persists, you should see your doctor.
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