PLEASE HELP...I GOT MY PERIOD THE 29TH IT WAS NORMAL LASTING FIVE DAYS MY CYCLE IS ALWAYS 30 DAYS I HAD UNPROTECTED SEX BEFORE MY CYCLE AND ON THE DAY IT WAS OVER AND THE DAY AFTER THAT 2 DAYS LATER WE HAD UNPROTECTED SEX AND I WENT TO WIPE AND SAW A PINK DISCHARGE I BRUSHED IT OFF WE HAD SEX TODAY AND I SEEN A YELLOW THICK DISCHARGE WITH NO ODOR COULD I BE PREGNANT
If you were my patient, I would recommend doing a pregnancy test. If your symptoms are being caused by pregnancy, your test should already show positive. If your test is negative, you could the wait to see if you have your normal period at the end of the month. If so, you probably don't need to repeat the test, but it never hurts.
Hi I'm 24 and i had my period as always every 28 days. I got my period November 1st and it last for 5 days but i came on my period November 29th it lasted 2 1/2 days the first to day it was a medium flow and for a half day was light spotting when i always stay on for 5days, could i be pregnant ?
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