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Unprotected sex, light pink bleeding, severe cramps in abdomen, milky vaginal discharge. Pregnancy symptoms?

I am 17, and am very familiar with my menstrual cycle. (Including ovulation .) I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend on 12/2/12. (He did pull out.)Then on 12/7/12 the day before my period was supposed to start I had light pink blood and severe cramping in my entire abdominal area. Now on 12/8/12 I have barely any flow, some milky discharge , a few cramps and it hurts as I urinate. (A burning sensation) Could I be pregnant?
Asked On : Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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No, you are not pregnant as you had sex with your boyfriend one day before you due date and as your aware of your ovulation,which usually takes place around 13th day of cycle.The abdominal cramps and burning sensation during urination all symptoms of urinary tract infection.(UTI) which you got during sex .
You need to see a physician to get your UTI treated .
Sometimes periods can be light ,you need not to worry for that.
Hope this answers your question
Answered: Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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