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I'm new here, il try to describe things as best as i can.
I have a regular 28days circle, it doesnt change except for coming early a day or 2 once in a while.
I just got married and my period came on the 12th/13th and i started having pains which they say are ovulation pains about 10days later, then i started noticing that my nipples hurt, afterwards i was having light cramps that comes and goes, then i started noticing that im having more vaginal secretions, was that due to ovulation? am i infected? it doesnt stink and i am not itching, i also asked my husband if he felt anything strange there he said no, i only had sex on the 21st, 24th and stopped since i was scared abt being pregnant. now im feeling not really well or ill inbtw, like i get warm and my boobs are hot kind of and i think it itches or is uncomfortable under bra. I wish i knew how to explain.
Please do i have typhoid? an infection? flu? fever? I told my husband i think i have fever or something but im not sick sick, just noticing strange things.
Please i need help, is this usual, strange? should i go see a dr asap?
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replied January 2nd, 2009
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Vaginal secretions are normal during ovulation and often come in the form of a sticky or gooey lump of grey/white matter. This is totally normal. Are you trying to get pregnant or avoid pregnancy? Because having sex on Day 14 of your menstrual cycle is the most fertile of the days ... given that your period is regular.

It's good that you're tuned in to your body, too. If you notice a significant increase in temperature, measure your body temp with a thermometer. And if you suspect an infection, go see a doctor immediately. IT's better to be safe than sorry.
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