Ok, first of all, like Kimmieapples said, you will not feel anything this early. Thats just facts. Some women will say they could, but ask a doctor, its impossible. Some women just want to feel it so bad, they make it up in their mind, or mistake gas bubbles for "baby movement". Impossible. So, your broken condom incident happened 4 weeks ago, if say, you ARE pregnant, I would assume your "period" could have been what they call "implantation bleeding" which usually occurs around the time of your expected period. Its when the fertilized egg travels down the fallopian, to the uterus, and implants itself into the uterine lining, which would shed if you were NOT pregnant, hence, YOUR PERIOD. So, technically speaking, if you are pregnant, this would not have been your period, so think back to the first day of your last real period, PRIOR to the broken condom incident. When was that? I would assume probably about 2 weeks before right? So technically speaking you would actually be considered about 6 weeks pregnant, since that is when they count it from. You are able to take a test! If you are pregnant, it would be more than positive already!