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Having unprotected sex. Dizziness, vaginal discharge, short period. Pregnant?

hi im allison, Well Im 15. I know most people would give me a lecture about trying to have a kid at my age, but I assure you im ready. My boyfriend and I have been haveing unprotected sex, I stopped useing bith control. iv been feeling dizzy, vaginal discharge, my period was so short it only lasted three days and it was so light it was pink color, iv been sleeping alot and thats not normal for me. I took a pregnancy test and it told me negitive but it hasnt even been two weeks. I plan on taking another next week just in case, but id like to know if these signs could be pregnancy. And if im not could you answer me another question? What would help me get pregnant. Like is there cirtain kinds of foods that would help or vitimans? Thank you(:
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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Your symptoms could be due to early pregnancy as well as peri-menstrual. A pregnancy test taken a week after the missed period with a fresh early morning sample of urine is useful. As per your age, it is the physical state and not the mental state that is considered ( since you say that you are prepared to handle a baby); the body needs to be mature enough to receive a baby. There are no known foods to enhance fertility. You can also get a blood test for pregnancy if you wish for definite confirmation. Hope your query is answered. Take care.
Answered: Mon, 13 May 2013
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