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Had sex. Got period in odd color. Vaginal leakage. Pregnancy tests normal. Can they be true?

Alright, some of my terms may not be correct. But, I had sex about five or six weeks ago, and he did inside of me. We didn’t use a condom, and I did have my period. But it wasn’t normal. It was an odd color, kind of brown. And I read some stuff about STDs but it doesn’t burn or itch or smell or anything. I am having horrible stomach pains, only on the left side and middle though. Also, today I was standing in the kitchen and like. Something like leaked out of my vagina . It wasn’t urine . It was like a cloudy white substance. I have taken three pregnancy tests and they were all positive right away, then slowly faded to negative. I’m also sleeping a lot more than usual. I’m always tired. I’m getting nervous. Does it sound like I’m pregnant?
Asked On : Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hello there Jasmine. I dont mean to get you worried, but your symptoms do suggest that you may be 'pregnant' or in the process of a 'spontaneous abortion' which is why the pregnancy tests read the way they do. I suggest, you get a proper BHcg test with titres done at a registered laboratory & then repeat the test in a week or two & consult a gynecologist with the reports. I take it you are unmarried & not in a relationship & dont wish to be pregnant. However these are all individual decisions & view-points & one has to take an informed decision & your gynecologist will be the best person to answer your queries. Should you prefer anonymity, please consult a gynec online through this portal payment region or you may consider seeing someone outside you immediate residential area. Hope this information guides you onto a speedy resolution of your problem Regds Dr Praveen Rodrigues MD, dermatologist & venereologist, Bangalore
Answered: Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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