Just because your family got pregnant at an early age doesn't mean you will as well. There are ways to prevent pregnancy, you know.
As for your question of am I pregnant right now, only a pregnancy test will answer that question for you. Some people find they are pregnant despite light bleeding. In that case, you are not dealing with a real period, but rather with an implantation bleeding or early pregnancy spotting.
But, if you are not pregnant and you don't want to get pregnant yet, then you should take some precautions. I would advise you to go to Planned Parenthood and talk about your birth control options. You should also possible consider STD testing.
can tell you that one of my earliest symptoms was fatigue -- I mean I was exhausted! Not immediately, but very early on -- the crushing fatigue hit shortly after the sore boobs.
If you're sooo tired, too, and think it might mean you're PG, read on.
Every woman is different, but Fatigue is definitely a common sign of early pregnancy, And you may notice it as early as two weeks after conception.
Exhaustion alone, of course, can also be related to stress, a cold, or other illness. But if you haven't gotten your period and you're experiencing other common pregnancy symptoms -- spotting, tender breasts, or nausea, for example -- then it's time to pop open theClear blue box and take a test.