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Symptoms of pregnancy, had period, discharging liquid from nipples. Reason?

Im just 19 and my boyfriend is 20 yrs older than me. We ve been having unprotected sex for almost a year now. But no surprises YET! Well i had my period july 1st ended on the 5th. Before my period i had a feeling i was pregnant because i was constantly urinating, every time i would urinate, it would be alot. So it wasnt like a bladder infection . But i had my period, it was normal. & now today its been like 3 or 4 days since my nipples are sore, my hips hurt, and my lower left side of my abdomen hurts, im constantly hungry. And emotional. Right now i have heartburn . And i discovered yesterday that this white liquid stuff along with very little clear liquid can come out my nipple if i squeeze it. I didnt even squeeze that hard. And my tummy is hard when i stand upp. But not as hard when im layin dwn. AM I PREGNANT? I made an appt on the 24th.
Asked On : Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.

Sometimes at the time that women are expecting there period, and they are pregnant, they can have what we call "implantation bleeding". You are certainly at risk for pregnancy and describing symptoms of pregnancy as well. In fact, in pregnancy, there is an elevation of a hormone called prolactin that can lead to a small amount of breast milk production. So your situation is certainly intriguing in terms of a concern regarding the potential for pregnancy.

That being said, if you are NOT pregnant (and you should do a home test) you must make sure they also check a prolactin level. This can be elevated for normal reasons and can certainly, ironically, interfere with your chances of getting pregnant.

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Answered: Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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