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By Anonymous March 12, 2017 - 7:33pm
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My boyfriend and I had protected sex the day of my period, the intercourse lasted about 10 minutes as I felt a slight pain and we decided to stop, there was some period on the condom. That night I got my period for 3 days as usual.

I have anxiety and recently I've been extremely worried due to college exams and I'm worried I'm pregnant.

My cycles are 31-33 days long and we had sex on the 31st day( 21st Febuary). My period lasted for its normal 3 days. (Next period due 25th March).

What worries me is I see a lot of people online saying that even if you have your period you can be pregnant (yes I know they mean implantation bleeding), and according to the app that I use to track my periods it says I ovulated this week and I've been seeing clear watery discharge and I know this is due to ovulation but a friend of mine scared me saying it could be pregnancy and I searched it and it's made me more worried.

I know that you'd ask me to take a pregnancy test but when should I take it? Or is it quite clear I'm not pregnant?

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Hello once again ma'am, I'm sorry for disturbing you. I took a pregnancy test on the 20th of March and it was negative, however I'm currently 2 days late for my period and my vagina feels extremely dry. Do you know anything I can do about this?

March 24, 2017 - 7:47pm
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Thank you, yesterday (18th) I started having a runny nose took my medication and today I woke up with fever and felt nauseous. I haven't taken the pregnancy test yet as I forgot to take it during my first urination. Are these symptoms or pregnancy? And can I take the test after the first urination?

March 18, 2017 - 6:30pm
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