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By June 18, 2012 - 4:47am
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Hello im 21 year old Arie, im healthy and a little out of shape but no other health issues. I am however having issues with my cycles! They are never the same length! So this month alone iv had intercourse unprotected and accidentally took a whole ejaculation...since then iv woken up every morning not hungry but nauseous and cramped all random hours of the day i also got a random yeast infection that im hoping my cycle will cure! The problem is my menses the past month was three days light bleeding, and normally its four or five days including spotting at the end. This month is interesting I am awake at three o'clock am and cramping and when i went to the restroom i have light pink bleeding! So im just a tad bit worried...am i pregnant? or am i just scarring myself? Thanks for the help!

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Hello Arie,

Thanks for posting. You can't "hope" that your yeast infection will go away you should have gone to your doctor for treatment by now and also to make sure that what you are experiencing is in fact a yeast infection and not something more serious. A three day period is normal even if you mostly have 4-5 day periods- please take a pregnancy test if you have missed your period. 

You may be spotting light pink if you have a Urinary tract infection and it sound like you would benefit greatly from scheduling an appointment with your OB/GYN. 

Best Wishes,


June 18, 2012 - 6:31am
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