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Delayed periods, brown discharge, backache, mild acne, had sex using withdrawal method. Pregnant?

My period is 8 days late, I ve experiences some nausea , I have brownish colored goo in my underwear, I ve had some back aches, mild acne , and I m sexually active with my boyfriend. I just turned 17 last month (July 2). Please help! We use the pull out method, & don t have sex again until the sperm is cleaned off or dried.
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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The method of contraception you are practising is not fool-proof but has a high failure rate. Considering your age you need to have additional protection. Your symptoms could be due to pregnancy if your past cycles have been regular. I advice you to see an obstetrician for further advice. You may need a pregnancy test and a sonogram. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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As per your detail information the method you prefer during intercourse it will not give 100% contraception because during withdrawing if some amount of semen comes out in vagina then it will lead to pregnancy . As you are just 17 years old your body is not ready to become pregnant . your symptoms showing that you might be pregnant so go for UPT OR CONSULT an gynaecologist , And in future use more assured method for contraception .
Hope I have answered your query. I will be available if you have any further queries.


Dr.Abhishek Chandge
Answered: Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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