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By Anonymous August 7, 2013 - 12:38am
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I had sex 2 weeks ago that's 12 days after i had my period and i bleeded a little during sex, and its kinda rough sex, my bf wore a condom. Then 7 days after we had sex again, he wore a condom, it was rough and it bleeded a lot this time. Then the next day i went to school, i went home around 1pm then i had a yellowish brown discharge and it has a fishy smell. I usually have 31-36 menstrual cycle. What does this mean? Please help me... :(

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Is it infection? My boobs are starting to hurt... This isnt pregnancy? I'm on the 21st day of my cycle

August 8, 2013 - 2:07am
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Hi Anon,

There is no way of knowing if it is an infection, without you seeing your doctor.  But by the symptoms you describe, it does sounds like it might be.  The fact your breasts hurt, doesn't mean you are pregnant.  If at any point you had unprotected sex, while on your fertile days.  Your chances for pregnancy to occur are possible.  You will need to take a home pregnancy test, if you are concerned about being pregnant.


August 8, 2013 - 2:53am
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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  Any discharge with smell, pain or any symptoms along with it can be due to an infection.  You need to see a doctor and with the proper treatment, it will go away.


August 7, 2013 - 5:49am
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