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Delayed period, pink spotting followed by brown, have pregnancy symptoms. Pregnant?

Hello im 17 years old and i was about 12 days late on my period i did have unprotected sex so i just assumed that i was pregnant i couldnt go to get a test at the doctor due to insurance problems. So the day before i was supposed to be 6 weeks pregnant i got this light pink discharge mixed with a clear discharge it was very very light but then the next day it was also light flow but now it was bright red/orange mixed with that clear discharge nothing like my regular period the red/orange discharge lasted about 3 days then brown discharge for 2 days so i assumed it was my period but now i have been having a lot of pregnancy symptoms . Nasuea, Headaches , Bleeding gums ,Dark veins on my breast , Sensitive nipples. so now i dont know what to think? Could i be pregnant? Was that implantation bleeding?
Asked On : Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Thanks for query,
We cannot decide pregnancy status just by color & flow of discharges.
You can take home pregnancy test instead of assuming.
Answered: Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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