hi..im very confused right now. its about my cycle. i have been regular for a whie but some how things have change. i use to tart my cylce in the begining but now it switch over to the end of the month. however, i my last cycle was aug. 19-24..i didnt have have sex at all in aug. however for sept..my cycle was suspose to come on the of the month..i had sex on the 25th of sept. i havent seen my cycle for the month of sept...but on oct. 1st-10th i was spotting pinkish water like (i was using a panty liners) and cramping alot with lots of headaches...no cycle.. in addtion, around the 6th and 10th day i started getting this burning senation when i urinate..sometimes..an off on senation. moreover when i wipe myself on the tissue its clear and sticky..do i have uti..or is this a sign oof pregnancy dont know.please helpView Thread
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