It's been about 13 days since the last time I had sex. I had just gotten over my period the day before and we had sex and everything was normal, but for the last week I have been experiencing pains in my stomach, weight gain, headaches, fatique, pain "down there", a discharge all the time that is different from normal...sort of whiteish...creamy kind of and slimey, and my hips hurt. I've had the cold for a week too, so i was thinking it could just be that. But It's already almost into the second week and I am stil having these pains. Is there any chance I could be pregnant??? We've only had sex four times and the first time we used a condom then got the 72 hour pill, second time we used a condom and pulled out, the third and fourth time we pulled out and then he checked the condoms later by filling them with water and seeing if they had leaked(neither of them had). After the second time we had sex I had my period, so i'm thinking that rules out the second or first time...but i'm not sure. I do'n tknow if that was my period, or something i've heard about called "implantation bleeding"....is that even a real thing?? My boyfriend also wants to know.....if i am pregnant, what would be the easiest and most effective way to terminate it without either of our parents finding out??? I'm 15 and I can't have a baby...i have so many people dependingon me for things...I'm very worried. Thank you bunches.
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Well before thinking about ways to abort.. you should first actually find out if your pregnant. A pregnancy test will be effective from 14 days after intercourse. So go out and buy a pregnancy test, they're pretty accurate. If its negative go to your doctor and see whats making you sick. If its positive.. well im not sure about how consent laws etc are where you live. But if its positive go speak to your doctor about it, and he'll/she'll be able to discuss with you the right form of action to go about it. Thats the best way.
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