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Taking POP pill, have loose stools, white vaginal discharge regularly with swollen lymph nodes in armpits. Pregnancy signs?

2 months ago I started taking the POP pill to protect against pregnancy. Normally, a condom would also be used but that wasn t the case the last time which was around 12 days ago. The POP pill made me menstruate every other week but it has now been 2 weeks since my last period, I have loose stool and white vaginal discharge from time to time. I also have swollen lymph nodes in my armpits. Could these be signs of pregnancy? I have made sure to take my pills religiously at the same time everyday.
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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hello there!
Swollen lymph nodes and the symptoms are not pregnancy. that looks like an Infection and needs work up. lymph nodes need to be examined and worked up for etiology. loose stools and discharge are all part of my suspicions
s khan
Answered: Wed, 1 Jan 2014
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