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Symptoms of Ovulation

By November 25, 2016 - 7:23am
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Hi to all...
We had unprotected sex with my gf a day after her period. she bleeds for 5 days and her cycle is 29 days. i also fingerd her but im sure my hand was dry. it was only wet a few minutes earlier by my pre cm. i nver came inside her. i know thats for sure. now, 16 days into her cycle she has egg white cervical mucus secretion. she also experiencing pain at her back near her ovary. She said those are the usual symptoms when she ovulate but she is worried because the other symptoms of sore breast is not felt by her and she wondered if she really ovulate or she is pregnant. is she ovulating or pregnant? Can sex change the symptoms of ovulation? can it delay menstraution? please do help me understand about this issue. your clarification and expert opinion is highly appreciated. God bless.

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but why is it she is not feeling the usual soreness of her breast when she ovulates?

November 25, 2016 - 3:10pm
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Hello danny335,

Honestly, I do not know.


November 28, 2016 - 9:12am

Hello danny335,

Welcome to the EmpowHER community. I am glad you reached out to our community with your questions.

With a 29 day menstrual cycle, day 6, which was the day of unprotected sex, was too early for ovulation. So, there would have been no risk for pregnancy.

She is probably ovulating, based on the consistency of her cervical mucus and pain. Having intercourse does not change the symptoms of ovulation.

There would be a delay in the start of her period only if she did become pregnant. For now, she needs to relax and wait for her period to start. She could take an early response test about five days before her period is due. Or, she could wait and test if it is late by at least one week.

Hope this helps,

November 25, 2016 - 9:10am
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