5 days late for period, unprotected sex during ovulation
February 18th&21st I had unprotected sex with my now ex boyfriend. Each time he came the first shot in me and pulled out the rest. I started my fertility week on the 19th. Or whatever its called. Ovulated 25th. Period was do Friday last week. I took test saturday n it was negitive. No signs of it at all. Very light pain once n a while on lower left side. Fuller breast. And few other signs. Im afraid to waste more money on a test. I'm worried because Friday the day of expected period I drank a lot of beer. N tomorrow is St Patricks day. N I'm planning on Getting a mother tattoo. Idk what to do. I'm scared n nervous but hopping n all kinds of mixed emotions. Help
u can still get a tattoo if u are pregnant, as i had one of my Daughters name on my wrist whilst i was about 2 months pregnant, i asked my doctor first, the only reason to not get one done whilst pregnant is if it gets infected but if u go to a proper tattoo place and they do it properly and u keep it protected and clean u should be fine, have a word with ure GP
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