Okay, I've faithfully charted my cycles for overr a year now.
But this month is sooo off I'm starting to be concerned I've been seeing tons and tons of "egg white" cervical mucus for officially 9 days now. But today it was mixed with some kind of discharge that seriously looked and had the consistency of mashed potatoes
I haven't had sex in 2 months (It was protected from start to finish)and i've had 2 periods( usually early - lasting the full 3-4) days , I've been to the doctor about it but she could not find anything and I have no STDs. I also took two pregnancy tests that came up negative ( and i spent money on the early detection ones as I felt they were the most sensitive )
all this said it's day 19 of a 26 day cycle for me.
I wouldn't be concerned about it I'f i weren't in pain, but I am at the bottom of my tummy and mid-hips, and my breast really hurt. I've been under tons of stress- could this be a cause? or should i see another doctor?
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Did you mention the pain to your doctor?
Even when we've been charting our cycles for several months and have a pretty good handle on their variations, our bodies can still change. Throughout the years, and, for most, decades, that people have a menstrual cycle, that cycle isn't likely to stay the same over time. Sometimes it'll be very different just once in a while, or sometimes, for some people, it will change multiple times. All this to say that this cycle being different isn't necessarily a cause for alarm.
And yes, stress can have a pretty significant effect on the menstrual cycle.
Did the doctor who saw you run any tests? What did she say about the change in your vaginal secretions?
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