Hello there, I'm 21 years old and I've been with the same man for 4 years now. We always talk about having a family and future together one day but I'm a little concerned I may be pregnant. We've recently had sex a few times within the last 2 weeks right after my period ended. The sex was unprotected but he didn't finish inside of me, a few weeks after the sex I've been having severe cramping, sometimes completely unbearable I've had to stop what I'm doing. A few days after the sex I noticed a pinkish coloured discharge, I figured I was going to get a yeast infection since I'm common for those after my periods but the discharge has never been mixed with blood, I know the only way I'll know is by waiting and taking a home test or calling my doctor but I'm hoping to find some peace of mind for what might be happening inside me! Please share your advices!!!
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