How can you tell your 2 weeks pregnant,I had unprotected sex 2 weeks ago and I feel strange I have a heart beat thats so fast sometimes ,I have a bump not so big on my left handside belly and I feel something like a heart beat there, im short of breath sometimes and pains in my chest and feel hungry a lot and like I have some air in my stomach and tired
You can't ever feel the heartbeat...take a test after your first missed period
its to early to feel anything.you can go to the doctor and he will give you an acurate pregnancy test.I took so many of those off the shelf pregnancy tests and they all told me no but I started feeling something move so I went to the doctor and found out I was almost 5 months pregnant!!! so you may have to have it done by blood.lol.good luck!!!What are ways to enjoy m*sturbation?
You're not going to feel a heartbeat, much less this early on. However, get a couple tests, regardless.Where can I buy a M and M crew t-shirt?
If you have missed a periord take a test. The symptoms you are telling us are really not pregnancy symptoms this soon, I am 21 weeks pregnant and I am just starting to feel my baby move, Now I can hear the heart beat and see her on Ultra sound but I cannot feel The heart beat.
Take a test as soon as you are late for your period.
if youve had sex, yes
because you can get pregnant at any time of the month
at any time you have sex
to find out if your pregnant take a pregnancy test 2-3 weeks after you had sex
(any sooner and the results won’t be accurate)
in the morning with your first pee is the best time
and take it when your period is due
alternatively, see a doctor for a blood test
this will both let you find out quicker and give you more accurate results
and remember to LEARN about sex before you go off having it
learn about as well as a male and female reproductive system
birth control, contraception, pregnancy and sti/stds
don’t have sex until you know the consequences involved with it
because the main reason why kids and teens get pregnant and get stds
is because of a lack of sex education