my period is 5 days late and im usually very regular,but I feel pain and pressure in my lower abdomen and have been having quit a lot of unusual vaginal discharge. I have taken a pregnancy test because I have recently stopped taken the pill (because of side effects) but the test came out negative! I am quit worried... what could it be? is it normal??
my periods were always super regular, even when I wasnt on the the pill.. so thats why I am worried. and im having really heavy vaginal discharge, which didnt happen before. since i've been off the pill I have only had sex while using a condom, and I took 2 pregnancy tests and both came out negative.. so I am worried it might be something else.. but i have no idea what.
the discharge does not smell, it looks like normal discharge but just a lot and thick, though it is transparent.. it might be due to stress because I have been under a lot of stress lately due to the university.
and what about the pain and pressure in my lower abdomen? i've been with it for almost a week(I thought it was normal t first because it was supposed to get my period) and its really uncomfortable because its constantly there.
Is there any way this could be a normal discharge as it doesn't smell you say>??/
Normal Vaginal Discharge: May be clear or white, thin or thick. It is not odorous and there is no itching.
Abnormal Vaginal Discharge
Yellow or green vaginal discharge is usually from an infection.
A foul-smelling discharge is usually from an infection.
A thick, white, itchy, cottage cheese-like non-odorous discharge is often caused by a yeast infection.
The pain and pressure could be a sign of an infection but the discharge you describe doesn't fit with that.
It is very strange maybe coming off the pill is causing your hormones to throw a complete wobbly and you may have grown an ovarian cyst which would cause pressure in your abdomen.
You really will have to go to the doctor I am afraid, sorry
Don't wait for the pain to get so bad you can't cope
I had my period on September 7-10 for 4 days. Then on September 19-21 for 3 days. I spotted a little. My period is normally for 4 days every month sometimes only 2 but normally 3-4. But my period didn't arrive this month. My breast are swollen and my circles around my nipples has got darker. They are sensitive a little too. I have been getting a lot of headaches lating too about a week and a half. My lower stomach hurts a bit too. I don't know what it could be. When i lay down i feel pressure in my stomach so i know something different is going on. My fiance and i are in the TTC mode. So :-). I have taken two pregnancy test. The first day of my missed period and three days later both were (-)... Now today on September 10 i am 6 days late. I took the last test two days ago. Could i be pregnant? :-) :-) :-) :-) :-)
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