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ok...i had sex right...i got my period leakin thiscrap from my boobs n it looks lik u think im pregent...=l...but i had sex lika month it to late to taka pregney so scared...cuz wen u touch lik my nipples the milky lookin crap comes out...=llll...
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Not too late at all. Taking a pregnancy test, and using care in your writing would both be great ideas right now.

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I would like to say one thing. Your post is kind of confusing because of how you put it. It's better and much easier to understand if you make complete sentences with periods. This looks like a run-on sentence separated by periods. Please help us all and make it easier by doing so. Thanks!!!

Since it's been more than 10-14 days since the sexual encounter you can most definitely take a pregnancy test. IT IS NOT TOO LATE. If you got your period or what seemed like it and are still concerned about it then head to your nearest clinic and ask them for a pregnancy test. If you are pregnant then it is better to find out sooner than later because the earlier you find out, the more options you have. I understand being scared because I myself just took a pregnancy test done by a clinic because I thought I was pregnant and it eased my mind and heart by finding out it was negative.

It also depends on whether or not you are taking birth control via pill, patch, ring or others. I don't know the situation because you haven't provided us with much helpful information on whether or not a condom was used, if it broke or not, etc.

I hope I helped a little and sorry if I haven't.

(Looks like Milke beat me to it)

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[This message has been edited by DiamondGirl2K (edited 06-07-2003).]

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sorry i didnt give u much info n i didnt talk in a very understandable way...=l next time i will but thnx 4 ur help
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you said you have milky discharge coming from your nipples. **go to your doctor** milky discharge is not normal unless you are either close to delivering, or you are nursing. otherwise, it can indicate hormone problems or infections.

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