So I was wondering can I ovulate but not have a period? If anyone has read my last post it might be helpful for this one. But basically, I haven't had a period since Dec 9. but no period since then
(took Plan B morning pill for 5 months, about twice a month sometimes three times and quit in Nov/Dec, fooled around but no sex/anything near intercourse Dec 25)
but I still get symptoms like I'm ovulating. Could my body just be re adjusting and I keep ovulating without a period? Cause after I took that plan B pill I got my period about 2 times a month- so having almost a year's worth of periods in 5-6 months mean I might not get another one for a while but my body keeps ovulating? I guess also someone redefine ovulating and list symptoms too to make sure I'm on track?
My symptoms since Dec 25: nothing. some wetness and every two weeks I get very stretchy egg white like discharge like fertile fluid when I ovulate and I cramp for a day or two, then I dry up and I'm symptoms free again. My boobs aren't even ever sore.
As far as pregnancy goes- pretty dang sure I'm not, but the lack of period has me worried and I know really early symptoms of pregnancy can emulate ovulation/PMS symptoms so I've been monitoring them closely. However, as I've said it seems like I just keep ovulating every two weeks but just need input please :)
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