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Orange cervical discharge, fatigue. Had protected sex before ovulation. Pregnancy symptoms?

hi, i woke up this morning with orange cervical discharge . i think i am 4 days past ovulation . i did have sex the day before ovulation with protection and using the pull ot method now i know this is not an effective method but we used a condom the first time and the second time he pulled out. i have been extremly exhausted the past two days but im a training nurse there fore the exhaustion could be down to working long far as i know the symptoms for pregnancy dont usually start for atleast 2 weeks. could i be experiancing pregnancy symtoms? and with using a comdom with spermicide which kills pre cum could i be pregnant? thankyou for your help.
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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A orange colored discharge just 4 days after ovulation can be due to hormonal changes in your body due to ovulation. This is not suggestive of pregnancy. It is too early right now to have any symptoms.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal ,
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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