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By Anonymous October 20, 2016 - 6:54am
 
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Hi, I posted a few weeks ago with my concern and was told there was no risk of pregnancy in what happened. I have some follow up questions but am unable to find the last reply.
Well, my issue was to do with fingering with Precm and somebody told me that this could not lead to a pregnancy. I did mention having some bleeding that lasted for 5 days just like my normal menstrual period but was concerned whether it could be first Trimester bleeding and someone told me that no, it was my menstrual period coz it lasted the average length and it rarely persists over a day.

Anyway, I have a follow up question about my currently cycle. I have taken a hpt (neg) so I could only assume that I did not get pregnant. I have no pregnancy symptoms but my vaginal discharge is being weird. It has been sticky and watery.. But not stretchy and no egg white mucus. I have been stressed out and had definitely developed an eating disorder coz the thought of food use to make me cringe (still does at times) and I lost lots of weight and am underweight for my weight. I don't know if this could be a contributor to no egg white mucus? Also, could a woman ovulate without the actual mucus. I do have sharp ovulation pains on my left side which normally happen just before my period. The only logical conclusion I could come to is that I am underweight which has lead to infertility because my body would not be healthy to continue with pregnancy if I was to have sexual intercourse and get pregnant.. (Btw I'm only 24 so nowhere near menopause)

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