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Okay, so I am 15 and I've had sex before. But my boyfriend and I had sex the day after my period. We did it four times with no protection. A week later, he noticed I had started to get moody (like you would when your pmsing). I also started to get very mild cramps and nausea. The cramps lasted up to four days then stopped. Im still feeling a little nausea. Anyways, about a half of week after I started to get the cramps and what not, I started to get a clear mucus like discharge in my underwear, and one day I noticed just a tiny bit of blood too. Could I possibly be pregnant? I'm not due to have my period for a couple weeks still.


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replied May 11th, 2011
Teen Pregnancy Answer A22806
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
You get closer to your probable ovulation time/fertile days (time of egg release from ovary) after finishing with your periods. Having unprotected intercourse during this time is high risk for pregnancy. Your symptoms (mood changes, mild cramps, nausea, increased vaginal discharge, spotting) are suggestive of possibility of pregnancy. Wait and watch for your periods. Look out for development of any other new symptoms suggestive of pregnancy. Visit your doctor/gynecologist for further examination (to confirm pregnancy related changes/signs in body) and blood/serum HCG level test (to confirm/rule out pregnancy accurately) if you do not get your periods or if you get abnormal periods.
Take care.



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