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Tender breast and vaginal discharge

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Hi I posted recently in another thread about unusal periods and discharge, I came off on the tenth of this month here is a link to my last thread http://ehealthforum.com/health/unusual-per iods-and-discharge-t154359-a1.html

Anyway for about 2 weeks since i came off my breasts have swollen become very tender and full/heavy and I started to get a white viginal discharge the discharge is NOT LUMPY and has NO SPECKLES it just a smooth thick white. I have done 2 Home Pregnancy Tests which came back negative but i'm unsure wether there correct as have not had the time to see a doctor as of yet.
Does anyone have an idea of what is going on is it possible that i am preggers...........??

Any views would be appreciated.
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replied September 17th, 2008
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THe sticky discharge might be cervical mucus that occurs during ovulation. I assume that it's over --- how long did it last?
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replied September 18th, 2008
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It still hasnt stopped i've had it since i came off my period
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replied February 27th, 2014
I know this was years ago, but I'm experiencing the same symptoms. Did you ever find a cause?
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replied September 18th, 2008
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White discharge is usually normal and represents cervical and vaginal secretions that contain old vaginal wall cells, but you'll want diagnostics to be safe.

I'd suggest that you go see your gynecologist. IT's possible that you have a vaginal infection present and might need to get it diagnosed. But the symptoms of a yeast or other vaginal infection usually include itching and pain ... so you'll do best to SHOW your doctor what you're talking about!
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