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jayy26 jayy26 16-17, F 8 Answers Dec 24, 2012 in Women's Health

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Yeah. Getting pregnant at your age is really REALLY easy, you are super-fertile....the cramping says you might be having a very early miscarriage-that happens a lot when the zygote (a fertilized egg) isn't viable.<br />
(meaning its' genes are too messed up to make a baby)<br />
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The UTI, though...maybe it's not just a UTI.<br />
The guy may have also given you a sexually transmitted disease.<br />
PLEASE go to a doc, get yourself checked out ASAP!

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Okay thank you aswell for your help and I will go asap. Happy holidays

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Good luck, take care

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If you have had sex you can be pregnant. Birth control devices are not 100% fool proof. Go see a doctor if you have concerns.

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Time to keep your legs closed---ever hear of the saying 'you reap what you sow'?

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getting a pregnancy test may answer your question

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The beginning of the month was 3 weeks ago. The most probable time for getting pregnant is 2 weeks after the start of your last period. If you've been getting laid, you could be pregnant. That's how it works.

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r u having morning sickness<br />
theses are symptoms i found online for early pregnancies:<br />
Spotting and Cramping<br />
Breast Changes<br />
Nausea (Morning Sickness)<br />
Missed Period<br />
Frequent urination. For many women, this starts around the sixth or eighth week after conception. Although this could be caused by a urinary tract infection, diabetes, or overusing diuretics, if you're pregnant, it's most likely due to hormonal levels.<br />
Constipation. During pregnancy, higher levels of the hormone progesterone can make you constipated. Progesterone causes food to pass more slowly through your intestines. To ease the problem, drink plenty of water, exercise, and eat plenty of high-fiber foods.<br />
Mood swings. These are common, especially during the first trimester. These are also related to changes in hormones.<br />
Headaches and back pain. Many pregnant women report frequent mild headaches, and others experience chronic back pain.<br />
Dizziness and fainting. These may be related to dilating blood vessels, lower blood pressure, and lower blood sugar.<br />
A pregnant woman could have all of these symptoms, or maybe have only one or two. If any of these symptoms become bothersome, talk with your doctor about them so you can make a plan to offset them.

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sounds like symptoms of being a *****, merry christmas

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Have you had séx recently should be the first question..

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No I haven't had sex since last month &amp; it was my first time to.

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Depressing..you should probably get a pregnancy test to make sure.

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Thank you very much for your help and happy holidays.

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u should go to the doctor they don't have to tell ur parents but its the best thing to do because if u r pregnant well ur baby is ur priority dont do it for urself do it for ur baby and if u ever need a friend to talk to dont hesitate and let me know. i hope everything turns out ok though.

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Thanks a lot and if I am I will tell them because, I'm planning on keeping it eventho I'm just 16 I don't believe in abortion.
Once again thanks for your help god bless you &amp; happy holidaysc:

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