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Hey, okay i really need help. I all ready have one child but i feel i might have another one on the way. i had unortected sex with my boyfriend. befor my cycle came on. But i have been having problems. When i urine i have SHARP PAINS and blood colths and this burining feeling. The Blood colths have stop but i still have this burning feeling in my uretha. What Wrong. Do anyone no?
It is possible that you are pregnant. It's also possible that you were pregnant and had a miscarriage. Either way you need to go to a doctor. That burning pain sounds like an infection. You need to get that under control, and you can ask the doctor to test for pregnancy at the same time.
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