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please help

woke up on the 27th of august 2010, i went to the bathroom and when i wiped myslef i had a clear sticky strecthy discharge come out. The same day i had unprotected sex. The next day i woke up 2 find the same discharge ? . Then next day i didnt see anymore. I dont know when i could possibly ovulate, but what is that  kinda discharge ! ?...Pleasee help !
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It is possible that could have been the discharge from you ovulating.  Also, when you get pregnant your discharge changes as well.  Wait a couple weeks and you might want to go take a hpt to see if maybe you are pregnant!  Keep me posted
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It is called: OVULATION discharge:)
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ok soo im really scared now, i have nothing but cramps in the lower part of my stomach, and a dull pain on one side ? how long should i wait to take a pregnacy test..?
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Have you missed your period yet?  If you haven't then you may want to wait until your next one is due to see if it comes or not.  If it doesn't, or it does but is very light and spotty, then you may want to take a pregnancy test.  If you don't want to wait for that then you could take one now just to ease your mind.  However, it may be to soon to show a positive if you are pregnant!  I hope it works out for you!  Keep us posted!
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The adverse reactions seen across the 2 indications overlapped, and are reported using the frequencies from the contraception studies.

The most common adverse reactions (≥5% users) are uterine/vaginal bleeding alterations (51.9%), amenorrhea (23.9%), intermenstrual bleeding and spotting (23.4%), abdominal/pelvic pain (12.8%), ovarian cysts (12%), headache/migraine (7.7%), acne (7.2%), depressed/altered mood (6.4%), menorrhagia (6.3%), breast tenderness/pain (4.9%), vaginal discharge (4.9%) and IUD expulsion (4.9%).

Other relevant adverse reactions occurring in <5% of subjects include nausea, nervousness, vulvovaginitis, dysmenorrhea, back pain, weight increase, decreased libido, cervicitis/Papanicolaou smear normal/class II, hypertension, dyspareunia, anemia, alopecia, skin disorders including eczema, pruritus, rash and urticaria, abdominal distention, hirsutism and edema.
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