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Is it normal to get a dry Vagina before period?

By August 1, 2011 - 2:26am
 
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So my boyfriend and i had oral sex last month on the 9th he fingered me but he didnt *** in me nor mear me and I have an irregular period. 37 day cycle and I know you cant get pregnant by oral sex he fingered me but no ejaculation on his fingers so im expecting my period by this week on 4,5,6 and

I've had discharge white discharge and clear for 2 week I think it stop this week and last week or so and now I have a dry vagina this usually happens when I am going to get my period. But is it normal ? And I can't be pregnant? So help please ???;

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Anonymous

Is it possible for one to have w menstrual cycle of 25days and suddenly change to 28 days or more than?

September 30, 2017 - 1:08am
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Anonymous

Hi! Need a little help. Me and my boyfriend had sex twice on my ovulation day and he wore a condom both times plus pulled out. No rips or anything from what we saw. I have one symptoms like breasts being tender and bad cramps... But my period is 3 days late. Could I be pregnant??

September 6, 2017 - 8:59pm
HERWriter Guide (reply to Anonymous)

Hello
Pregnancy sounds very unlikely but a test would be accurate by now.
Best,
Susan

September 7, 2017 - 1:53pm
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Anonymous

I And My Bf Had Sex On 6th May (Unsafe).. He Did Not Ejaucate Inside Me ... & It Was My First Time , My Expect Periods Or Mensuration Is On 20th And Its Regular ... is There Any Chance Of Me Getting Pregnant? My Vagina Is Dry Before My Expected Periods. I Have A Cycle Of 30 .

May 16, 2015 - 3:36am

Hi CeeCee,

It is normal for you to have a time of the month where you have more discharge than another. If you seem to be dry right before getting your period, it is likely because most women have an increase amount of discharge when they are ovulating-- and right before your period you are not ovulating, hence the little to no discharge.

Hope this answered your question,

Rosa

August 1, 2011 - 8:15am
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