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Had unprotected sex. Experiencing early pregnancy symptoms. Pregnancy test negative? Chances of pregnancy?

HI, im curious about whats happening with my cycle this month. I finished my pill when my period started which was on the 6th feb, and lasted to the 12th with just a bit of dark brown discharge hanging around for a couple of days after that. My partner and I had unprotected sex on the 10th and 11th Feb. by the 17th i was having quite heavy clear/white thick discharge that had dried up by the 19th. Then the 20th started with very very light brown discharge that required a liner and is beginning to ease now, the 22nd. from about the 19th onwards i expereinced lower abdominal pains/ cramps but a different feeling from period cramps, headaches , sweats, tender chest, very queasy stomach and constant indigestion and still feelings these symptoms today (22nd). i did do a pregnancy test out of curiosity and as i expected negative but its only been 7 days since sex. Could it just be my hormones readjusting to not being on the pill?
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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As you had sex during non fertile period chance of having pregnancy is less likely.
From history it appears that you might be having some infection in your genital tract giving rise to thick, white discharge and pain in abdomen.
consult your Gynaec and get examined.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Fri, 6 Sep 2013
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