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    Default anyone got pregnant from a slipped condom?

    I am not trying to conceive however I had a slight mishap during sex this weekend and while thinking little of it at the time (too much wine, over excited etc), I have now had the dreaded 'what if?' moment. Without wanting to be too graphic, the condom stayed inside me after we were finished. I was sat on the bed talking to him when he said he appeared to have lost something. I found it (not fully inside me)and removed it, saw there was a little semen in it, cleaned myself up with a tissue and went to bed. I just so happened to check my period tracker when the words 'you are in your fertile period' popped up on my screen and I thought 'holy c***'. I know there is always a possibility of pregnancy and no one can tell me for sure so that's not what I'm asking, I just wondered if anyone had become pregnant from a similar experience? It's probably too late to take the MAP now as it's been 3 days. The chances are slim I'm sure but I guess it must happen. Don't want to seem insensitive to people trying to conceive either but I am single (my ex and I had a few too many drinks and well you know how it goes) so I'm not exactly trying to get pregnant. Thanks so much!

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    It's a hard wait and I guess you won't know for sure until your period is due. My first pregnancy was a slip of the condom. Only a small about got in but enough to get me pregnant.

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    thanks for responding! you're right, time will tell.

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    I have no experience but hugs. It is stressful when you want a baby and can't but the flipside is just has stressful.

    I hope it works out for you.

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    Thank you!

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    Default Update...advice please ladies

    Hi everyone, so it's been a week since the act and I'm needing a bit of advice. I may be losing my mind and looking for symptoms but I am pretty sure my nipples are doing something weird...they seem to have gotten slightly larger and are constantly erect. Ive craved chilli during lunch and dinner today (rather unusual), feel a little down in the dumps (possibly worry) and possibly have had a couple of hot flushes the last few days. This all seems rather early in the day so I just wondered if anyone had such symptoms so early on? Am I looking in to this too much?

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    I agree with previous replies, you won't know for sure until period is due or a day or two before when you can take a pregnancy test.

    If it makes you feel any better, the whole time I was trying for a baby I always convinced myself I had early symptoms, however I wasn't pregnant. I think at that time we just pay more attention to our bodies when normally we wouldn't. I would always notice cramping, changes in boobs, heavy feeling etc when normally if it happened we probably wouldn't give it a second thought.

    When I actually did get pregnant the symptoms didn't kick in until about 6 weeks but everyone is different of course.

    I'm sorry if this reply is not helpful at all

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    Thanks, it does help

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    Your nipples wouldn't get larger this quickly.

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    If you were having symptoms it would mean there's HCG in your blood shiv means first response early response will pick it up

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