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Unlikely but I think I'm pregnant. I'm 15 please help.

I don't know if I'm pregnant. I have been having symptoms for the last few weeks. The main symptom being sore, swollen and veiny breasts. They have grown a noticeable size and are very painful, especially when I wake up and lean my arm lightly over them. The other symptoms are white-ish discharge and tiredness. Another symptom is I have been spotting this lasted for two days and was very very light. I read this could be the egg implanting. My sleep patterns hasn't changed at all. However, I am on the pill and take it around the same time everyday. I have been on it for about 7 months and have stopped getting my period. I haven't been sick or had diarrhoea. However, I have had antibiotics for a bad UTI and I don't know if this could have interfered with the pill in anyway? I had sex the day before them and I read that sperm can live inside you for 72 hours. Please help me I'm 15 and I need to know as soon as possible.
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13167 tn?1327194124
It's unlikely you're pregnant.  But just to put your mind at ease,  do you have access to a pregnancy test?  At this point it would be accurate.
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when you're on the pill, your period stops. Embedded in the ovarian lining (the blood of your period) are glands that can secrete a fluid that will help nourish a pregnancy until a placenta is formed. since you're on the pill it doesn't shed because you're not going to get pregnant

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