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GPM2006 posted:
Hi, My name is Amy. My question is basically what could be going on with me and what should i do? my cycle just ended last Friday(7/27/2012) I have been having unprotected sex with my fiance during and also after my cycle. And also before. I had taken hpt a week before my cycle had started to see if i was pregnant and it stated negative and the morning my cycle started i took another one and it said negative then my period had started. But being that i had sex during and also for the past few days since my period ended i am just wondering why yesterday i noticed a pink color on the TP after i would use the bathroom and it only lasted a little while. Today i woke up feeling not my self. I had a werid feeling in my stomache and feel very tired. I know its too soon to really have symptoms of pregnancy, however i was having sex before my cycle too. But i have been having small amounts of discharge and like i stated yesterday it was a pinkish color. I am just wondering the possiblities if i could be pregnant.(Which would be a joy) If there is anything to explain what might be going on i would appreciate it.
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scperdomo7 responded:
http://exchanges.webmd.com/Could-I-Be-Pregnant-Exchange

Anytime you have unprotected sex, there is always a chance that you could become pregnant. And, whenever we suspect we might be pregnant, any and every little thing looks like it might be a sign or symptom of pregnancy.

Your best bet is to wait to see if you have missed your period, and if you do, then take a HPT first thing in the morning (the pregnancy hormones are more concentrated with your first morning pee). And then go from there.


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