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Spotted pinkish mucus. Feeling tired. Is this a sign of an illness?

I notice i was fetal for 1 day and a day or 2 later i came on for only 3 days and i was sexually active before and after i came off then 9 days into my cycle i started spotting pinkish mucus my stomach hurt really bad yesterday and ive been really tired lately! Today my mucus is creamy white im very tired and my stomach still hurts. Should i go to the emergency room?
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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Based on the infection it seems like you are having abnormal vaginal bleeding, may be associated with pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) which explains the creamy white discharge.

The PID may be caused due to some kind of infection, as you are sexually active and you have white creamy discharge it seems like a "FUNGAL" infection.

ADVICE:- You need to see your physician soon, in case of excessive pain in the stomach may need to go to emergency room.

Hope it helps.
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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