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Late period, blood and discharge from vagina, had protected sex. Negative pregnancy tests. Any ideas?

I am 14 and had protected sex 6 weeks ago with my boyfriend of a year and a half. My period is irregular but it hasn't come this month at all, which is strange. I am on antibiotics and yesterday there was some blood and discharge when I wiped after peeing. I have taken two home pregnancy test, both were negative but I am starting to get worried. I am way too young to be a mum! Help please!
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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chances of getting pregnant when you are protected in very very less.There might be another reason for your late periods so consult your doctor for further advice and examination.They may advice you a scan to rule out sructural abnormalities.If you still think that you might be pregnant to be free from your doubt you can have a home pregnancy test.Thank you
Answered: Sun, 21 Jul 2013
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