My Fiance' and I have been together for a long time. The first time we had sex, was unprotected but he pulled out... But we've been wanting to have a baby but then he just says F* it because the last pregnancy test was neg (like all the rest.) It's kind of unfair because he's still cumming in me. Anyways, we have sex, alot and as I said he cums in me, but I'm not pregnant... Then last month... no period. but then last week I had horrid pain in my abdomin and let me tell you it sucked! But after the pain, I got my period. and after the period, brown discharge. Now I'm thinking WTF!
My body is really sucking right now lol. Help?
P.s sorry it's so jumbled... But I'm scared to death of infertility.
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If you're concerned about your fertility and trying to have a baby, you need to see a doctor. The doctor can ensure your body is as healthy as can be, and can help you with any concerns. Hope that helps.
Muna, I'm a little confused by your original post. Are you actively trying to become pregnant? Are both you and your fiance wanting this, or is it just one of you?
Also, if you haven't done so already, both of you are going to want to get tested for STIs as unprotected sex does pose a risk for STI transmission, and if you are planning a pregnancy it's really important to be up to date with those tests.
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