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Am I Pregnant? What are the chances?

21 yrs old. My first time having sex was last week, Thursday May 8. That was 4-5 days after my period. We used condom, but then he removed it for the 3rd round. He was uncomfortable reusing the condom. So he pentrated and pulled out to c*m.

My concern is that I've been googling a lot about Symptoms of pregnancy because I am scared knowing that we had sex on the fertility window. But he said he was sure he did not blow it inside me.

I feel cramping in my abdomen. I have discharged a lot just today. Clear, a little bit yellowish and sticky but wetty vaginal discharge. I feel back pain. And I don't know if I am just too nervous, but my legs feel weak or numb at times. Specially when I think about being pregnant. I am so stressed out I cannot study well. My family would surely be very disappointed. My mom would be very angry and sad if I get pregnant now.

I don't know if 4 days after sex, would the pregnancy be detecable by these signs of back aches and cramping? And the discharge.

If I am pregnant, will I still be able to have signs of ovulation?

Am I so scared. I don't know how and where to get PT and other pills for emergency use. Our country does not support much about premarital sex contraceptions.

I need help. I need someone to talk to.
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Possible that he may ejaculated inside of you a bit because of we know as pre-***, but 4-5 days after period is safe, you’re likely infertile. But the best thing you do is take pregnancy test if you missed your period
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