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Had partially unprotected sex. Brown bleeding, yellow discharge. Am I pregnant?

Ok maybe 2 months ago i had sex but he didn't use a condom but before he came he pulled out skip ahead and in those months i didnt and still dont feeling sick or gain weight or nothing i feel fine but a month after we had sexy my mom got me the drop shot and i hadn't had my period but two days ago i started bleeding brown stuff and i know thats just old blood then it got red so i was just like OHH its nothing there's not a 100% chance u wont get ur period on deposit its fine but then i sat on the toilet and there was this clearish sorta yellow not really but it had at tint of yellow and some blood on it and i know it wasn't just a blood clot. Am i pregnant? Or am i just going there a cycle of some sort or is my uterus wall shedding weird ( im only 13)
Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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Hi and thanks for the query,
The commonest cause of lack or delayed periods in a female of reproductive age is pregnancy. Considering the fact that you had risky sex, this increases the chance even more. Its worth noting that the removal of the penis before he came, called the withdrawal method is one of the most ineffective birth control methods. I suggest you get a pregnancy test done. As for the yellowish discharge, it would be interesting after excluding a pregnancy to carry out a vaginal and cervical swab, cultures and anti biotic sensitivity tests to exclude a possible infection. Foul smelling yellowish discharges are usually associated with Trichomonas vaginalis. However, in this case, excluding a possible pregnancy is the most urgent and important step.
Thanks and best regards,
Luchuo, MD.
Answered: Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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