I think you can, because my friend"s mom had her period all the time of pregnancy!
Chest pain is a symptom that should be taken seriously as it may be the precursor of a heart attack. Going to your doctor or even the emergency room if pain persists would be suggested. Appendicitis usually is related to pain near the abdomen.
as early as the first week but that is pretty uncommen, your breasts could get soar around tyhe 2 to the 6 week of pregnancy nausia (morning sickness) around 6 to 8 weeks and constant urination around 6 to 8 weeks, there asre many sightr thst can tell you like baby zone .com
Stop taking it, whenever you like.
You won't really experience any withdrawal symptoms. Your body is not physically dependent on it. The worst that could happen is possibly some mood swings or an out-of-whack period from the hormone changes. But, this is nothing usually.
If you were taking it just to keep your cycle regular, you should seek the advice of the prescribing doctor before you stop taking them. They probably wouldn't have a problem with it, but why would you have asked them to help you in the first place? Also, if you experience extreme mood swings or depression, you should seek medical attention from a professional to help deal with your emotions.
Those aren't likely to happen, but it does to some.
After two days of sex? Probably not because conception usually occurs about 5-7 days after intercourse.