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Had unprotected sex, stomach pain, white substance in urine. Am I pregnant?

Hello I am sixteen years old and about 2 weeks ago me amd my boyfriend had sex and he didnt wear a condom but he pulled out but when he pulled out he was dripping. Since then ive been feeling weird and my stomach has been hurting and when I push on my stomach its hard and hurts and today I went to the bathroom and peed and white slimy stuff was in my pee. Am I pregnant?
Asked On : Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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  Anonymous's Response
thanks for ur query.first you do urine pregnancy test to rule out pregnancy.because chances of pregnancy is more in withdrawal method of have to do urine complete test to rule out urinary tracthe. infection.your stomach ache due to UTI.take cyclopam tablets for stomach ac
Answered: Thu, 1 Nov 2012
Neurologist Dr. Piyush Ostwal's  Response
Feeling weird or hard stomach or stomach ache are not the signs of pregnancy. The white discharge from vagina is suggestive of an infection that you might have contracted through sexual relations. However at the same time pregnancy can not be ruled out. Best would be to do a urine pregnancy test to rule out pregnancy. Secondly a visit to gynecologist is recommended to get tested for genital infection. Condoms protect not only against pregnancy but also against sexually transmitted diseases.
Good luck.
Answered: Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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