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Default A little unsure......

Hi guys,
I'm a little unsure of what to make of what my body is doing. I'm currently on cd 20 and the last couple of days i have been really wet in the vagina area like i'm sweating and today i have cramping and a little pain in my lower abdo on the right side. I had a laparoscopy nearly 2 months ago and my first period after that was out of whack, but in saying that my periods always went 28 days then the next month 36 then the next month 28 then the next month 32 then the next month 28 and then i had my surgery. Is this a sign that my period is coming or something else?
Thanks guys
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