I had discharge the week after intercouse,only one week, and tender breasts. The tender breast feeling went away, but I got it back today. I noticed that my breast look a bit fuller. My period is in 2 weeks, I had intercourse 3 weeks ago.
The only thing that has happened was the discharge which I had for only a week and a half, but it looked like the discharge I get before my period. I'm 17.
Also, slight discomfort like cramps just started. I'm not sure if its pregnacy or PMS.
Any comments or anything would help. I apprciate it, thank you.
I would wait tell it was two weeks or three weeks after you supose to start if you havent started in two to three weeks from when you suppose to then you need to take a pregnesy test. ps. sorry about the spelling
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