Hello! In the two months (between the ending of my May period and the intended first day of my June period), I have engaged in in protected sex 4 to 6 times. My May period was from the 22nd to the 28th. I normally have a 5 to 6 day period and a 31 day menstraul cycle. June 22nd comes around, I get my period but it only lasts for 2 days. Before my period started, i had a pressure on my pelvis and cramping. i thought this was involved with my period. However, the pressure and cramping never went away after my 2 day period ended. I feel the pressure even more when I urnitae (which is more often lately too), On the 25th of June, I started to get pink discharge that lasted for two days. I'm always tired. I feel nauseous when I eat sometimes. I took a pregnancy test on the 26th and it came out negative. I was told I took it too early.
Do I have an ovarian cyst, UTI, or could I be pregnant?
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It's not possible for us to tell you why you're feeling the way you are. We're not healthcare providers, and no one, healthcare provider or not, would be able to accurately diagnose you online.
If you are feeling unwell, the sound course of action for you would be to see a healthcare provider. Do you have a provider you have seen in the past with whom you can make an appointment?
How long after the last time you engaged in sexual activity did you take the pregnancy test? It takes at least 14 days after the last sexual activity before a pregnancy test can be considered accurate.
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