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Early periods, sore breasts, bloating, cramps, discharge. What is going on?

hello, i am a 29 years old female. 3 years ago i had tubal pregnancy, had intervention done dint louse any tubs. that pregnancy was from first cycle TTC. from then past 3 yars i and my huby TTC whit aut any chance, doctor say ewerything is ok whit me. Before my tubal pregnancy i had not regular cycle, but after intervention i have my period come like clock. In stead i stop to feel when i am ovulating but Dr. say i am ovulating regular ewery month.This month i hadstrange feelings, My last period come 2 days yearlier, i had sore breas and bloathing round my ovuluation tim, so i was happy to know i feel it again. Had intercourse whit my Huby before , midle and anfter ovulation . Have some cramps day 3 after ovulation then all symptoms went away. ok my cycle is +- 29 days, last month had 2 days yearlier in22.05 then excepted to ha this month 22 or 20. But not, i had some discharge barely to see it 18.06 well that way my period starts, then19.06 i had bright red fresh blood whit some cramps not at all like my period are. it watery, light and not making sence what i was used to. 20.06 sthil have some discarge but iven les then day period last for 4 days normaly.Can anyone explain whats going on whit me ?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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Nothing is going to wrong with you. Generally+-2-3days can occur.

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Dr izhar
Answered: Sun, 18 May 2014
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