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Mild periods, white discharge and cramps. Had unprotected sex. Pregnant?

1 month ago I had unprotected sex using the pull out method. It was the day after my period. I am not due for my period for 2 weeks. My periods are light and usually last 3 days. Not sure if it is coming early but I had really bad cramping this evening and a little bit of thin milky discharge... Obviously I am worried about being pregnant or maybe an std.
I am 19 with very traditional no sex before marriage parents and no driver's license so not sure if I could get my hands on a pregnancy test. And I am not on the pill or anything.
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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thanks for using health care magic.

An unprotected intercourse the day after your period will not
lead to pregnancy unless the bleeding you had was not your
menses. Periods come because the uterine inner lining gets
slough off thus making it unfavorable to accommodate a preg-
nancy. Thus its less likely you could be pregnant after that.
On the other hand, it is more likely to have picked up an infec
tion following the intercourse. This is so because blood is a rich
culture medium and any germ that enters shortly after your
periods is more likely to survive and cause an infection.
However getting a pregnancy test and a vaginal swap test
would be the ideal things to do.
Hope this helps you.
Dr Achuo
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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