I just finished my period 7 days ago. My period normally lasts 5 days. This time I only bled the first 2 or 3 days and then from day 4 to today I have been getting pains in my lower right hand side - kind of the ovary area. My breasts are also tender, I have been nauseous every morning and sometimes through half the day. (I do suffer anxiety nausea as well so the nausea for me is not a dead giveaway indication). Normally I only get paid on my first 2 days of my period and certainly not after I have finished. I had endometriosis in 2009 and a laproscope... the pain also feels like that sort of pain. Hubby and I had unprotected intercourse on 14th Feb - this should've been in my ovulation period (have been on pill off and on since oct) and I skipped my pill for 3 days around that time.
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