So, okay, I am 21 and suffer from PCOS. I just had my first period since December. My fiance and I have unprotected sex regularly, but I do not keep track of my fertile days. I just started to keep track of them this period. Anyways, we had sex the entire time I was on my period and then two days before my "fertile" days. Saturday (the first day before fertile) we had sex the night before and I felt fine, but when I came home.from work Saturday, my back was hurting really bad and I had neck pain and a headache. I could hardly move. Later, I felt better and we had sex again. I felt sick afterwards but went to bed. Sunday after work, I came home and made fiance a sandwich and tried to make myself a grilled one and I became illand had to sit down or risk throwing up. It was something I smelled, but when I look in the fridge at the chicked sandwich slices, I get sick. Cereal and BK only sound good to me. Help?View Thread
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