Having pregnancy signs but it is a week before my period is that possible?
Well my bf and I had sex a couple days after my period ended we started out unprotected for not long at all then we put a condom on. We did this about 4 times up until now. We did not have sex though when i was ovulating, according to my ovulation app on my phone. My boobs are kind of sore not really, i have been having discharge but i usually do before my period and has a mild smell and is white in color. I also have been out of it and having mild backaches and just really sore and tired. But i havent ate out of control and havent really gotten sick. even when i havent ate in 4 hours after excercise. I have no idea i have been stressing out about for 4 days now and i really do not know will someone help me. I want kids just not right now, its not the right timing. Thank YOU
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