Easily Hungry And A Throbbing Stomach Is A Sign Of Pregnancy?
Hello, I’m 17 years old and I only had sex for the first time last week. (Unprotected sex) Incidentally, since the first time I came in about 3 years ago, my periods were rarely as smooth as once a month. I am often 3 months late or even 6 months ever. And after having sex for the first time yesterday, a lot of changes that I experienced. My back often aches, my appetite increases and my stomach feels throbbing. Honestly, I was a bit panicked because this was the first time I had sex and didn’t use safety even though the sperm came out outside. Is there a possibility of pregnancy or not? Or am I just overthinking? Thank you in advance😊🙏🏻
Hello Nadette, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
After having sex, indeed sometimes it is often felt several complaints that accompany such as abdominal pain, low back pain and others due to position and also some other movements performed by the couple during intercourse.
These complaints can indeed be caused by side effects of intercourse, psychological effects, infections of the reproductive tract or urinary tract or can also be caused by pregnancy, due to the presence or absence of a pregnancy itself can only be ascertained through definite signs of pregnancy in the form of fetal heartbeat , palpable parts of the fetus and also found the presence of fetal bones during an X-ray on the abdomen. Beyond that, including complaints as you feel can not rule out the possibility of a pregnancy or not.
Therefore, if your complaint is felt very disturbing, it is highly recommended to check your condition to the doctor for further examination and it is also recommended that you do a pregnancy check yourself at home if on the date you should menstruate, the period does not occur.
For the time being there are no particular restrictions on food and activities that you can consume and do. If you want to have intercourse again, it is recommended that you do it protected (using a condom) because condoms not only function to help prevent pregnancy but can also help prevent the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases.
I hope this helps.