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Is my body totally messed up???

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  • Posted By: anonymousnebraska
  • August 30, 2008
  • 01:02 AM

I am a 29 year old female - My LMP was on August 9th, I have pretty regular cycles that are 28-29 days long. I monitor my fertility every month with the Clearblue easy fertility monitor & this month it didn't register for ovulation, it just showed raised fertility (2 bars). I had intercourse on Sunday the 24th, and on Wednesday the 27th in the later afternoon I started spotting. I just thought that maybe it was implantation already, but let it go. ( it was ranging from dark red to pinkish) I thought that it was just a fluke & let it go. But then it's still going....If it was a normal period, then I should have been done already ( they last only 3-4 days tops). I am still bleeding, but no cramping, no fevers. I thought that maybe it was just an off cycle because I was supposed to start again on the 5th. But, the strangest thing is that I am having these acute pains in my groin, like sharp pins & needles. They are around my labia & it radiates to the inner top part of my thighs next to my groin. It lasts for just a little bit & stops. This has been happening since Wednesday. I don't have an STD or anything, so I know it has to do with this really weird cycle, but I don't know why this is happening!!! It is scaring me & if I go to the Dr. they are just going to tell me to take Tylenol & maybe do some blood work that won't show anything.
could it be low progesterone? I am just totally clueless with this & it's scaring me - I have a 5 year old, but she is my only child. I have had a transvaginal ultrasound about 3 months ago & there were no cysts or abnormalities on my ovaries, uterus, etc.
Can anyone help with this? thanks for the help & sorry if it was TMI. :confused:

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