I am suposed to start my period very soon. My vagina is not itching itching. but once i itch it it goes away. I have notice when I do itch I get white stuff in my nail. I took a wet wash cloth and i whiped myself with it and the stuff on it was yellow. not a strong yellow more like a baby lite yellow. My husbane thinks it have to do with my Eggs or something. My husband and I had sex a few nights ago and I couldnt get wet. We try it again last time and I couldnt get wet again. Is it good to have sex when I know im going to be starting my period?.... My vagina is not swollen. but my nipples are very tender. I mean when I touch them they hurt. Ive been having period cramps. I want to know if this white stuff from my vagina is the starting of my period?
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