Typically, most women will experience ovulation around the 14th day of their cycle. This means that on the 18th day of your cycle, you may still be experiencing the hormonal changes associated with ovulating, and you're less likely to be experiencing early pregnancy symptoms since you're not likely to have a fertilized egg implant until around the 24th day of your cycle (or around 4 days before your period is due).
It is possible you could still become pregnant this cycle, but at the moment you are probably not pregnant.
I had unprotected sex two weeks before my period. I felt some symptoms like mood swings, headache, fatigue and frequent urination. It’s been three days since, and I still haven't gotten my period. I bought Clearblue, but I used it wrong as I forgot to take it out of the urine sample. Is it time to test again, or I have to wait?
My last period was on October 4th, and I had unprotected sex on the 19th, 22nd and 24th of October. I have a 31-day cycle. My period Is nine days late. I've been experiencing nausea, mood swings, frequent urination and feeling constipated. Could I be pregnant and when should I take a pregnancy test?
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