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Had intercourse after period. Started spotting with fever and feeling tired. What is the cause?

Hi I m a 17 year old female I have a question. January 2nd I started my period I had sex on the 4th and 6th of January, well Janury 26th I went pee and when I wiped it was a very light watery pink color I went to bed and the next morning I had a brownish pink dischage that time now Im bleeding a little bit. Ive been feeling really sick, tired more than usual, headches, ive felt like ive been running a fever on and off, I also I have a little bit of trouble going number 2 sometimes. Im just wondering what could cause all this.
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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Are your periods regular? Secondly was the intercourse protected or unprotected?
These symptoms can be unrelated to intercourse,it might be just simple viral infection giving you the above symptoms of fever and sickness n tiredness.
Regarding brown discharge this could simply be a sign of ovulation or implantation bleeding that means you might be pregnant. Wait for your natural cycle and if they are delayed get a urine pregnancy test done, and consult your doctor for fever and get the relevant tests done.
Answered: Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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