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Unprotected sex, bleeding brown, cramps, moody, negative pregnancy test. Pregnant?

Hi. I m 19 years old and I had my last period day on the 17th of September. On September 18th, I had unprotected sex. About 2 days later I had bleeding that I thought was my period, but when I wiped it was dark brown and I could see light pink. It lasted about 3-4 days. Since then I haven t had any more bleeding, but discharge . I ve been moody, slight cramps , craving for certain food, and started today I have pressure on my left side, occasionally moving to the middle and right. My stomach is also very heavy. I ve had 6 pregnancy test , last one I took last week, but all negative. I don t know what to think. I need help! My boyfriend also said my boobs have gotten bigger and nipples have gotten darker. And I ve had A LOT of discharge!(white) I need some insight!
Asked On : Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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Mar 2016
Welcome to HCM.
Your LMP was 17th Sept and you did unprotected sex on 18th Sept.
So chance of pregnancy is near about nil. Also you got 6 negative tests. Basically pregnancy test is done 1 wk after missed period. Early tests are insignificant.
Do blood test for hcg after 1 wk of due date and check result.Consult with your doctor.
Pregnancy is only possible if unprotected coitus is done around ovulation time in regular cycle.
Your features are related to Pre Menstrual Syndrome (PMS).
Several measures to be taken.As follows:
1) avoid stress by deep breathing or yoga
2) avoid taking salt,caffeine or fatty food specially in 2nd half
3) take Pyridoxine 100mg daily with SSRI (Fluoxetine 20mg single dose)
4) may take prime rose capsule 1000mg to overcome breast discomfort.
5) may take OCP or progesteron pill (Duphaston 10mg) to overcome other symptoms
6)do light exercise regularly and proper sleep.
Be well and Tc.
Answered: Wed, 27 Apr 2016
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