Thanks for your response. I took another test 2 days ago after I posted, I know that I should have done it with first morning urine but I am too impatient, it came out negative....maybe I'll call the doctor tomorrow.View Thread
Hi, I'm 27 years old, trying get pregnant for a while now....my period has been really REALLY weird these past 2 months. I got it March 2(normal), then March 25(not at all normal, it was very light, came and went, lasted 5 days and it normally lasts only 3, but kind of heavy) also I typically get my period every 26-28 days and I got it twice in march, 23 days apart. Then on the 19th(this month) I started spotting, extremely lightly(and pink)...it was like that on and off until last night, the 22nd. Then I started bleeding like crazy(I've never had it this heavily before. Also, for the past few weeks I've been having alot of the early signs of pregnancy, the one that stuck out the most to me was extreme breast tenderness(they killed me for 3 days) and I have never experienced breast tenderness or soreness with my period ever. and also I've been hungry all the time(I usually eat once or twice a day and don't get hungry like I do now, especially in the morning.I have had frequent urination, really sore legs for no aparent reason, nausea, ALOT of acid reflux, sudden kind of sharp pains onmy left side around my ovary area. I took one pregnancy test about a week ago and it came out negative, but I checked the box 2 days ago and realized the test was expired by 4 months so I don't know if that has anything to do with it. Should I be worried? Do I need to make a Dr's appointment? Anyone ever experience this, or could it just be my period acting all weird? Maybe I'm having a miscarriage? should I take another pregnancy test....I'm pretty sure if I was or am pregnant that conception date was march 17th(don't know if that's helpful at all) Any advice or help is more than welcome...I'm not sure what to do....I've been having weird cramping pain today that I've never felt before with the bleeding, but it's not so painful that I felt the need to call the doctor or go to the hospital. Thanks so much, MerylView Thread
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