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I\\\'m 18 yrs old and I want to have a baby. Yes, I know I\\\'m young. But My period was due August 16th. So I\\\'m 2 days late. Now in July my period came on the 19th but went off the 21st. On the 24th of July, there was what I thought was spotting. It only lasted one day. I\\\'ve used ovulation calenders and it say I supposely ovulated late July, early August. I had unprotected sex all those days. 2 days late with my period, I\\\'m tired more, I\\\'m hungry more, it\\\'s hard to make a bowel movement, and I get some pain in my stomach. Oh and also I\\\'m having this white discharge. It doesn\\\'t smell or anything so I know it\\\'s not a infection. So with these things, is there a possibility I can be pregnant? I\\\'m anxoius to know. My partner and I have been trying for some time.

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replied August 18th, 2010
Getting Pregnant Answer A15417
Hi! Many thanks for your question on eHealth forum!

Yes, there is some possibility that you could be pregnant though do not keep too high hopes. Take a pregnancy test and see. Other than that, please consult a gynecologist and rule out PCOD, diabetes, hypothyroidism and hormonal imbalance as the cause of scanty or irregular periods. Hope this helps. Take care!

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