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I've never been pregnant before so I'm really scared! I had unprotected sex 2 weeks ago, and I've been really sick to my stomach and I get uncomfortable right before I go to sleep, he used to pull out method, but I'm having clear watery and kind of bloody stuff coming out of my vagina. Could that be implantation bleeding? Could I be pregnant? And when could i take. Pregnancy test??
possible to be pregnant and have you started this month ? or do you know when your suppost to start ? take a pt 2 weeks after your missed period and make sure you use your first pee in the morning as soon as you gte up ...
you can take a pregnancy test now you. might be even if he pulls out there is a thing called precum wich has a higher concentration...yea sex ed!...but it could also be a urinary tract infection wich you can get after having sex...
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