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Had unprotected sex. Spotting, increased discharge, constipation. Worried

took plan be three days after new years after unprotected sex on new years. a week after, i experienced some spotting and what seemed like a light period, but i just had my period during the new years weekend and before hand . haven t gotten my period just yet, but lately, i ve been having increased discharge pretty much everyday (with a slight smell, and kind of looks like i ve peed a little and it crusts on my panties. gross, but it is what it is) and i ve had slight constipation . just today, my right breast is hurting like its growing or something and now i m just getting paranoid/worried. is this something i should be worried about? i ve taken a pregnancy test last week and it was negative, but i m still worried. i feel like i ve been gaining weight, but that might be because i ve been eating more with friends lately, but still.. please please please help me.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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Thanks for the query.

Since urine pregnancy test is negative , less likely you are pregnant.
Your symptoms of weight gain, breast changes and bowel disturbances could be due to progesterone hormone in the second half of the cycle.
So relax.
To be more sure, repeat a UPT after 1 week along with a ultrasonography.

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Dr Nilofer
Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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