About a month ago I had sore breast (very strange, I never had sore breast) even my boyfriend noticed it. I started to also have back pain that I couldn't stand at all, I was always feeling uncomfortable. Im on birth control (implanon) so I didn't pay much attention to my body and also had my regular period (heavy period) that lasted about 7 days. I have a normal cycle (28 days) and two days after my period ended I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend resulting cramps and brownish/redish discharge on the next day.
The brownish/redish discharge continued for about 3-4 days and on the 4-5th day im discharging a redish color. within the the discharge days I aslo had a slight head ache, nausea one time but didn't throw up. ive been feeling very tired lately, get hungry more often, mood swing and more,
If you had your normal period, chances are you aren't pregnant. Your symptoms can be caused by a number of other things. Unfortunately, an internet board can't tell you what's wrong so you'll need to see your doctor.
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