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Milky discharge and abdominal cramps

I am 16 years old and 2 weeks ago I lost my virginty whilst I was drunk, a couple of days after my period using a condom. I am not due on my period for about another 2 weeks however Today I have been getting very painful cramps in the abdominal area that feel very similar to the less painful period pains I get at that time of the month. Normally around this time of my cycle I get a lot of clear sticky discharge but for the last couple of days I've been getting thick milky discharge. I didn't think it was normal to be having this discharge but I ignored it but then today when I got those cramps (which have passed now because I took some painkillers) I decided to research to see what they could be symptoms of, Google brought me to links about people being pregnant having the same symptoms and this has worried me. Of course I used a condom but I was drunk when I did it, could it have split? is it likely I'm pregnant? Do I have an STD? Or is this just me being silly
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Thank you for the advice
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The best thing to due is to make an appointment with a gynecologist/doctor for a check up, and talk about your recent concerns. A white discharge is quite normal to have, but a thick discharge w/ painful cramps could indicate a wide variety of things going on, from pregnancy ( like you've read about) to an infection, and so on... Get it checked out soon...
Take Care
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