This June 3, I'm CD 27. I should have my period anytime.
My last period was last May 8, 2014. We had s*x last May 16, 2014; it is protected with condom; we made 4 rounds of "protected" s*x. And every time condom will be wear, his penis was washed with soap after the first round. And the 3rd time was not immediately happened bcos we had rest for 1hour or more, and before the last round of s*x, he washed it with water, dried it up, and protected s*x again. And yes, we had s*x protectedly all in all. My cycle length is 26-28 days. And now I have vaginal discharge that I can consider as white thick discharge, slight only, and slightly sore b**bs yesterday; today I feel no more sore.
And also I keep on thinking when my period will come? Do u think I am stress? Does it affect my period?
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