i had almost had sex with my boyfriend yesterday..only his head was in..it hurt me so we didnt try to push it...he was not wearing a rubber..he had pre *** he said..now i'm having white discharge the whole time...am i pregnant????? or is it something else?? also my periods are due...
If you are quite worried and it could be ovulation time for you, there is always Plan B. But if this is not your ovulation time, you might have nothing to worry about. The white discharge does not sound like a pregnancy symptom but more your normal cervical mucus.
i took a contraceptive pill before 48 hours..so i think i'm not pregnant..but the discharge has been there for the last 3 days continuously..so im wooried it has never been like this before..yes my periods have got delayed..thanks alot for replying annie..
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