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Sore breasts, clear jelly like discharge. Normal periods. History of surgery for infection in fallopian tube and ovary. Reason?

Hi. I had unprotected sex at least 4 weeks ago. I had sore breasts for about a week before starting my last period which ended about a week ago. My breasts r still sore and I have a clear jelly like discharge. My period was "normal" kind of heavy as usual. Are there any other possibilities other than pregnancy? I should mention that I had surgery last november when I had a bad infection in my right fallopian tube and ovary, a ruptured spleen and a hernia.
Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016

With normal period, there is no chance of being pregnant. Sore breast and other symptoms are mostly associated with PMS. It is quite normal thing.

Sore breast occurs due to progesterone hormone. Mild discharge is normal thing if there is no itching or bad smell. Just maintain your genital hygiene properly.

Hope, it helps. Good luck.
Answered: Sun, 26 Nov 2017
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