I think I'm pregnant, My breasts are sore and tender, I have been bloated and Had some dull back pain. certain smells make my stomach churn. I took two home ppregnancy they said negitive, but my period is five days late.My hhusband and I have been trying to conceive we had intercourse on my ovulation days. I have also been discharging milky slimy fluid for a couple of weeks, but today it had a pinkish tint to it! only when I wiped but not in my underwear. Plz help me out. Does it sound like I'm prego, or is something else wrong??? Or did I just take the test's to soon??????????View Thread
You can safely have Sex, Just Start using condoms on the days you happen to ''forget'' to take your pill. It's better safe thatn sorry, Plus the advantage to condoms is that it also protects againsts STD's as well as pregnancy. But most likely you can increase the odds of not getting prego by using both forms of protection.View Thread
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