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Had unprotected sex two days before ovulation on fertile day, pink discharge and mild cramps two hours on ovulation day, pregnant?

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Dr. Robert Killian
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In brief: Are you kidding?

Remember in high school when you learned that it can take sperm up to five days to swim to the egg to cause pregnancy? And that if pregnancy happens a new fetus is not in any way connected to the mother physically or chemically and the mother's body does not know it is pregnant until the new baby is big enough to have blood and chemicals to share? About fourteen days after conception?

In brief: Are you kidding?

Remember in high school when you learned that it can take sperm up to five days to swim to the egg to cause pregnancy? And that if pregnancy happens a new fetus is not in any way connected to the mother physically or chemically and the mother's body does not know it is pregnant until the new baby is big enough to have blood and chemicals to share? About fourteen days after conception?
Dr. Robert Killian
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Dr. Robert Killian
That until the mother's body can detect a new fetus any symptoms are 100% not pregnancy related? Cramping is a sign of infection. Add that to bleeding after sex that means you probably have an infection or an STD.
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