My husband and I had intercourse unprotected Thursday July 24, 2014 and since the day after I have felt different. It was during my ovulation time but I know its too early to test. The next night I woke from a dead sleep with heart burn to vomit then went right back to sleep. Since these I have been extremely tired and have felt weird pelvic movements and some pains like light cramping. Today when I peed and wiped there where about 4 drops of blood and a white milky mucus. I also am drinking a ton more water and cant seem to stay full. I think I might also have a slight fever. I've had tons of heart burn and will get queasy at times. I hope its not all in my head. I know its early but I am super in tune with my body and just feel like something's up. Can any one who's been here shed any light?
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