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concerned about my health. watery/clear discharge?

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  • SingleTCelt
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    My feeling is that it's just something your body is doing naturally.

    When in doubt-see the doc, but my gut says not to worry.

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  • super.panda28
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    oh thank you for that reply SingeltCelT! i feel so much better now
    this is the first that that its happen to me thats why im worried and right after the 'incident'

    bur i think im safe now, right? cause I don't feel anything is wrong with me

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  • SingleTCelt
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    Most of the time a clear, watery discharge is normal. It is your body's way of cleansing itself. Some women just have more of it or more often than others.

    The time to see a doc is if it changes to a (sorry to be graphic) cottage cheese like substance and it has a foul odor. This is most likely a yeast infection and should be treated.

    For the benign discharge, it's important not to over cleanse to try and rid yourself of it. Don't douche more than once every 2-3 months, or not at all. Over doing it can throw off your body's internal chemistry and actually make it worse.

    It sounds like your body is just doing what comes natural. I wouldn't worry. And if it continues, you can see a doc just to verify that you're healthy.

    Now- about the 'I'm not pregnant if I have my period' thing. This is a myth. It is possible to be pregnant and still get your regular cycle. It's not greatly common but it happens. That's why protecting yourself is so important.

    Good luck with everything!

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  • super.panda28
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    okay..5-6 days till my next period after the 'incident'.
    really hope that it would come.. im still experiencing somewhat watery discharge with slight cramps now. help? :|

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  • super.panda28
    started a topic concerned about my health. watery/clear discharge?

    concerned about my health. watery/clear discharge?

    2 days after my period UP TO NOW im experiencing increased vaginal discharge which is clear or watery*TMI* with on and off cramps. or headaches. it is now day 15 in my 31/30 day cycle.

    I had my period on the 11th up to the 16th or 17th. is this normal? am i ovulating? this is the first time i experienced this so im kinda worried. I know im not pregnant cause even though my bf and i fooled around on the 1st i still got my period. right?

    help pls
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