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Unprotected sex during periods, have frequent urination, nausea, heavy white discharge. Pregnancy chance?

my sister had unprotected sex on august 4th my period started august third, didnt know you could get pregnant while on your period until after, not on birth control ,didnt use a condom, didnt pullout, could she be pregnant still havent gotten her period, frequent urination , nausea , some cramping one spotting, a lot of white discharge , slightly dizzy, but had three niegative prenancy tests?
Asked On : Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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Sexual intercourse during periods is very safe as far as pregnancy is concerned.
There an be various reasons for delay of periods in the absence of pregnancy.
Most likely reasons could be stress,some brief illness,being under or overweight,lack of nutrition,anemia etc.
Since it is already overdue,I advise you to consult a GYNEC for physical examination.
She may even prescribe medicines like PROVERA for regularizing your periods.
Answered: Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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