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Cloudy urine, related to being pregnant?

Hi im 15 years old..2 weeks ago i had protected sex. and for some strange reason i think im pregnant.
for the past 2 weeks ive noticed changes like the color of my nipples changed, and a brown line going from my pubic bone to my belly button, and ive never had that before until now.
Now just yesterdaty i noticed everytime i went to use the restroom my urine was like a cloudy white.
Its contiued today. could this be a pregnancy sign? or possibly being a UTI?

i just need to know =/
im scared
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744202 tn?1236351625
if you used a condom then dont worry if it didnt break you sound alot like my little sister! so i dont know if thats a good thing or a bad thing but you shouldnt be pregnant well i hope not any way your to young think about high school, senoir prom, college then think about sex and babies you need to live and hae fun but dont bring anything into this world when your not ready my mum told me its babies having babies
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589143 tn?1291498173
its the sing of a uti or  in lamin terms a urinary tract infection and or kidney stones it causes the urine to look cloudy and or murky so id go to your doc and make sure but if you dont wanna make the trip id dirnk cranberry juice for a week are so and im sure of wat im sayin i got them a lot and did up til my pregnancy so drink the juice and you'll be good
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more likely it's a sign of dehydration.  
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you had protected sex....if your condom didnt break....your not pregnant

if you were pregnant....you would not get a brown line on your stomach 2 weeks after you had sex.  and cloudy urine is the sign of an infection or uti typically
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