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Bumps in vagina, pregnancy test negative, cloudy fluid in pod, breast development, headache. Pregnant?

i have some bumps in the area of my vagina, i can't tell if they are warts, i had my last period in early February, but up till date hav not seen it again,the 1st test i did (pregnancy)came out positive, the second negative, i even did a scan but the doctor said there is no pregnancy seen, but there is a cloudy fluid in my pod, am havin brest development and it really hurt,cus and some slight head ache,i don't no if am pregnant or have an infection.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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Thanks for query.
You should consult your gynae for cause of fluid in POD,that is because of PID,chronic inflammatory disease,ruptured ovarian cyst,so consult gynae to rule out your cause and treatment.
I think it all because of infection,so consult a doctor for proper antibiotic.
proper hygiene care.
Take care.
Answered: Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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