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    i am 18 and was extremely foolish. My last period was 2 weeks late and on day 5 of my period I had unprotected sec with my boyfriend..he didn't ejaculate and there was little to no Precum after. 2 weeks after my period finished I had light bleeding that lasted one week..it filled a little less than a pad each time. Now my periods are usually every 35-38 days and from the day of my last period to now my period should have been due on the 28th of January. On the 30th of January I spotted a little when I wiped it started off pinky/red and then there was gooey brown discharge (sorry for the info) I haven't bled or spotted since. I took a pregnancy test on the 25th of January and it was negative. I'm still convinced it could be pregnancy and I'm freaking out. What does this sound like to you?
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    Definitely sounds like pregnancy could be a possibility, I'd do another test as soon as possible to make sure, and maybe book a GP visit to get properly checked out x
 
 
 
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