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Have nausea, cramping and mucus discharge. Had unprotected sex. Pregnancy test is negative. What can it be?

I had unprotected sex about three weeks ago, I was two days into my period. My period stopped and then I started having cramping and spotting (its very unusual for me to have any cramping whatsoever after the first day of my period). That went on for two weeks, now I'm having more of a mucus discharge and I started having heartburn. Then for the last two days I've been feeling nauseated. I did take a test about a week and a half after I had sex and it was negative.
Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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Wait for ur periods , if u do not get them on the approximate monthly date u get another urine pregnancy test done , all these symptoms could not suggest pregnancy but urinary tract infection , i would suggest u to consume lots of water till 3 - 4 litres, Per day , get a routine urine test or urine analysis and urine microscopy , if u have plenty of pus cells in it u can take tab offlox 200 mg twice daily for 5 days...And never have sex during ur periods it can cause infection and there r chances u might get pregnant , so u can have sex after the bleeding stops till the period of one weeks as it is a safe period . Take care.
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