• 16, irregular periods due to PCOS
• LMP - 2/3/12
• had sex 2/18/12 and 2/19/12 (1 time without condom and no birth control, another time with a later discovered hole in the condom and still no birth control)
• been experiencing an abnormal sticky, thick, white, odorless vaginal discharge
• had some mild cramping last week around the middle of the week
what's going on here?
Having PCOS makes it VERY difficult for people to get pregnant. Your discharge is not a reliable symptom of pregnancy, as it varies from person to person. The cramping could have been ovulation, if you did indeed ovulation this month (since you have PCOS). If you are wondering if you are pregnant, take a test and stop having unprotected sex if you don't want to get pregnant!
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