I had unprotected sex with a guy I really like on the 24th of November only took the morning after pill on the 26th just to make sure cos he said he didnt come in me. Its the 28th of December and no period, my nipples are very sore sometimes and I'm always tired. Just bought an extremely cheap test from an indian shop n it shows two lines, which means im pregnant, could I be? Omw I cant he wont believe me, n my parents would b disappointed im only 23 and gonna do my thesis next year I really cant be!!! Could I really be?
The time to think about you can't be pregnant is before you have unprotected sex.
Morning after pills are only about 80% effective. You can get pregnant any time a guy penetrates you, he doesn't have to ejaculate. He secretes sperm before that. It could just be because you took the morning after pill it can delay your period. I would get another test, one that was better and do a test. Do it first thing in the am. False positives aren't really common.
It is kind of early to have symptoms of pregnancy. By the way, the sooner you take Plan B after unprotected sex the better protection you have of NOT getting pregnant. Never trust a guy who says he didn't ejaculate in you or he will pull out before ejaculating because there is all that lubrication prior to ejaculating with those little guys swimming in it. Not sure why you didn't at least use condoms in this situation. It is up to you to protect yourself against an unwanted pregnancy. There is always just saying "no sex without protection". You have your whole life ahead of you and more work to do.
Your nerves could be getting the best of you because you aren't that late. Your symptoms are similar to PMS. It is too early to be having symptoms of pregnancy. Besides it is best to take a "good" test first thing in the morning... using a good, reliable pregnancy test than some cheap test which could be difficult to read or decipher the results.
What is done is done... you have to move forward from here and be mindful of the decisions you make that could potentially impact "you" for the rest of your life.
Please do take care of yourself because your life depends on it.
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