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Forum Name: Gynecology
|Laurelie2634 - Fri Jan 09, 2009 11:20 am||
I have been having sex for 9 months, but I am on the birth control pill, and I've never had sex without a condom with spermicidal lubricant. Two months ago, my period came 2 days late, and it was very light. I then stopped having sex towards the end of November. I got my period as normal last month. I still haven't had sex since that last period, and my period is now 3 days later than usual. I haven't had any other pregnancy symptoms (nausea, breast tenderness, etc.) Could I be pregnant? I also have had an excessive watery discharge pretty often for the last month. What do you think?
|Debbie Miller, RN - Sat Jan 10, 2009 6:20 pm||
It is very unlikely you would be pregnant considering the birth control methods you are using. But, it can be very normal for periods to vary in frequency and amount. I would not worry. Clear or milky discharge can also be very normal.
Even if there was a remote chance of pregnancy since your last period, you would have had to have had sex to make it happen. The last period being normal pretty much rules it out prior to that time.
Try to relax about this and continue to take these precautions in the future.
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