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Hi, me and my gf had sex and im just wondering if someone could get pregnant with precum. What are the early signs that can be noticed in the first week right after the intercourse if the sperm from the precum did actually reach the tubes.

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Yes it is possible to get pregnant from precum as it can contain sperm but the chances are small of it happening and you wouldn't notice any symptoms in the first week only maybe spotting if the fertilized egg implanted into the womb. The first real sign would be a missed period.

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If she would not experience a missed period then is it safe to say that shes not pregnant?
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If she gets her period them she wouldn't be pregnant, it would depend where I'm her cycle she was when you had sex, a couple days before her period would be relatively safe providing she is regular and knows exactly when her period is due to start
I would suggest before you have any more sexual contact you both take time to read up on contraception, the female reproductive system, female monthly cycle and pregnancy because it seems to me like your both totally clueless about all of it!
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Hi, what is the signs of pregnancy on its third week?
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When you’re 3 weeks pregnant, symptoms may not have appeared yet either. That’s because most early pregnancy symptoms are caused by pregnancy hormones, and you probably don’t have a very high level of those in your body yet. (Oh, but you’ll get there!) Some signs of pregnancy at 3 weeks—and the few weeks following—are:
Implantation bleeding. If your little soon-to-be-embryo has already made it to his or her new home, you may see a bit of spotting as the fertilized egg burrows into the wall of your uterus.
Nausea. As the pregnancy hormone hCG begins to make its way through your newly pregnant body, you may notice some feelings of queasiness—or nausea so bad it makes you puke. Morning sickness should really be called all-day sickness since it really doesn’t discriminate by time of day. If you’re feeling this symptom of pregnancy at three weeks, you may be further along than you thought. (Or—not to freak you out or anything, but—you may even be three weeks pregnant with twins! That’s because twin moms-to-be often have higher levels of pregnancy hormones—and therefore worse nausea.)
Breast changes. Your boobs can start to get sore and your nipples may darken as your body starts prepping to make milk.
Missed period. If your cycle is typically shorter than 28 days, you may realize toward the end of this week that you could be pregnant. The only way to know for sure is to take a pregnancy test.
Positive home pregnancy test. Check the box of your home pregnancy test to see how accurate its results are before your missed period. Most are over 99% accurate once you’ve missed it, and some brands promise to detect pregnancy hormones in your urine sooner than that. (For example, when you’re 3 weeks 5 days pregnant or even 3 weeks 4 days pregnant.) Here’s the thing: The amount of pregnancy hormone hCG in your body might not be enough for the test to detect right away—but it doubles every 48 hours. If you get a negative result, follow up a few days and then a week later with another pregnancy test and then another, to be sure it wasn’t just too early to tell.
Positive blood pregnancy test. In some cases—like if you’re at risk for miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy—your doctor may ask you to come into the office for a blood draw. Blood tests can detect smaller amounts of hCG than urine tests can, so you may find out that you’re pregnant sooner with a blood test than you would with an at-home test.

They are the symptoms you may get or you may not get anything as you would of conceived only just over a week ago.
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is Dysmenorrhea present when there's spotting?
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