Since you still have 14 days until your next cycle starts, that means you're probably halfway through your cycle right now, and the symptoms you're experiencing are almost for sure ovulation pains. Ovulation causes a rise in hormones that can also make you feel sick.
However, I'd definitely keep an eye on things and take a pregnancy test in 12-14 days since it sounds like there was a possibility of conception.
I forgot when my period is due, but I think it'll be due on the 15th. My last period was only two days long. It's usually 3-4 days, but it just stopped on the second day, and the third day I only had spotting. My symptoms beforehand were dizziness, mood swings, lightheadedness, fatigue like when you have a cold, nausea and feeling sensitive to smells. Am I pregnant or was that just part of my PMS?
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