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Hi, i'm kind of freaking out right now. I had sex with my boyfriend during the last days of my period. I had my first day on the 18th and we had sex on the 21, 22 and 23. We wore condoms but other times it was unprotected. He always pulled out before he ejaculated though and I'm pretty sure he was dry when he pulled it out (no premature ejaculation) because it took him a couple of seconds after pulling out to ejaculate. My last day of my period was around the 23rd. It's been 7 days now and I'm experiencing cramps and have stringy to cream paste-like discharges coming out. It's not itchy or painful and it doesn't smell so I can rule out an infection. And I'm feeling bloated lately. What does this mean? Ovulation? I never had cramps after my period before. Am I pregnant?
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replied July 30th, 2013
Your probably a little sore from having sex! This happens to many women and maybe the last time it was a little rougher than others so you will notice the soreness more! Good luck hun!
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replied July 30th, 2013
Thank you for your reply. I wouldn't think it's soreness though. it's been 7 days now and I still feel it although not as much as before. Only on the lower part of my pelvis. I haven't had the creamy discharges anymore only on occasions. Maybe I'm just paranoid because if we did have sex and I ovulated right after his sperm would have lived inside me and maybe made it through. I would love to have better contraception methods but in my country it is very expensive and the cheapest and safest ones we could get our hands on would be condoms. We don't even have emergency contraception here.
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