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Had sex, condom broke. Feeling cramps, abdominal pain, white discharge. Am I pregnant?

hi i am worreid i might be pregnant about 17 days ago my boyfriend and i had sex the best we had ever had anyway the condom broke and he cummed in me im not on any birth control at all. anyway i was due to ovulate about a day or two after sex. ive been experiencing cramping (not like menstrul) in my abdomen lower left and right my lower back has been hurting as well ive been running to the toliet frequently only small amounts and very clear. i had increaase discharge and i have noticed its white which i have never seen before i feel a little more sick and i am very tired all the time!!! is there a chance i could be pregnant if so when should i take a home pt reply asap
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thank you for your query.
Unprotected intercourse, specially around the time of ovulation, puts you at high risk for a pregnancy.
Increased urination, cramping or discharge are not confirmatory of pregnancy.
The only way to confirm is by taking a home pregnancy test.
The earliest that this would be positive would be on the first day of your missed period.
For a reliable result, if you miss your period, take the test 2 - 3 days once you skip the period.
If your cycles are not regular, please consult a doctor on missing your period to confirm pregnancy.
Take care.
Answered: Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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