Lower Abdomen Feels Enlarged And Painful 2 Weeks After Intercourse, Is Pregnant?
I got in touch on January 25th, that day is 1 day after menstruation. But my husband’s words didn’t come out inside. Then on February 13, I felt pain in the lower abdomen and I felt the shape of the lower belly slightly enlarged. Can that be a sign that I’m pregnant? And when should I test using a test pack? My mens estimate is February 17
Hello, thank you for the question to HealthReplies.com
If indeed your menstruation is always regular every month, your next estimated menstruation is February 17, and you only have sexual relations on January 25 only, then in fact the possibility of you getting pregnant is very, very small, even almost nonexistent. Pregnancy will only occur if all sperm and ovum occur. Ovum in women will only be issued once a month, namely during ovulation. Ovulation will occur approximately 14 days before the estimated next menstruation. In your case, if you menstruate on February 17, your ovulation is likely to occur on February 3, and your fertility period occurs in the range of January 31 to February 4. Only sexual intercourse in this fertile period has the potential to cause pregnancy.
To determine whether you are pregnant or not, you can try to do a test pack if you experience menstrual delays. This means that until February 18, you haven't menstruated, you can have a test pack. Here is an article that you can read about how to use the correct test pack so that your results can be more accurate.
If your test results are positive, then you are most likely indeed pregnant. If the results are negative, then you can repeat the examination 3-7 days after the first examination if you have not menstruated to confirm the results.
So much information from me, hopefully enough answer