I'm 19. I had sex on February 23rd, but the condom came off inside of me. My period was supposed to come on March 19th instead for 5 days including the 18th of March I've had a whitish/clear discharge (not a yeast infection). Today on the twenty third in the morning the discharge continued to be white until about an hour ago when it turned a medium to light, dark brown discharge. I'm actually hoping to be pregnant and that this is just another symptom of pregnancy. Ive also been experiencing light cramping, fatigue, irritability and nausea!
Have you missed your period? If not you just may be starting it. Period symptoms and early pregnancy symptoms are almost identical. If you have missed your period then take a few dollar store tests (they work) and see what happens! Good luck! I'm 19 too and I'm 5 weeks today : )
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