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me and my bf had sex 8 days in a row i am not sure if he cummed in me but we did not use protection. and now i am getting a white liquid discharge idk what it means or if i am pregnant
i am worried help
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replied April 28th, 2011
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum

Unprotected intercourse carries a high risk and can always lead to pregnancy.When did you have the intercourse? A woman can have the pregnancy symptoms as earliest as after a week of conception.
The white discharge if associated with any foul odour can be due to infection but increase in the amount with no change in consistency and odour can be indicative of pregnancy.If your periods are due just wait for them and if they do not start even after a week of expected date then consider visiting a Gynaecologist for evaluation to look for other signs and symptoms suggestive of pregnancy.Get a Blood HCG test done to rule out pregnancy.

Take Care!


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replied April 18th, 2012
Hello Dr. Mitaly Pathak Agarwal

Three weeks ago I had intercourse with my girl, we had 6times in three days, but in safe side I mean we used protection, now she got mens cycle too, so there is no pregnancy but there is a dull white colour liquid flowing there after completed the mens cycle, its often coming and made her dress wet, actually she can't able to control that while its coming, also its coming suddenly

Could you explain what happen and what should we do to stop this?
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