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Had intercourse 3 days after periods, yellow pasty discharge, cramping, breast pain, sore. What's going on ?

I had my cycle on the 11th of February 2013 and intercourse on 16 17 18. About three days later I had a yellow pasty discharge and cramping now is march 5th and I have been extremely tired I sleep about 12 hours and am still tired I also have brest pain only on the sides and they hurt to the touch. What is going on with me please?
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

If you are having unprotected intercourse then it is possible that you are pregnant.

This can be confirmed with a home pregnancy test. Pregnancy tests look for the HCG hormone. Most home pregnancy tests are accurate, they can confirm pregnancy by 11 to 14 days after conception.

An early detection kit may be able to detect even lower levels of the hormone.

I hope this helps
Answered: Wed, 7 Aug 2013
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