I had sex with my bf early august. Close to the time I was suppose to have my period it came. Normally I am pretty regular with how long it lasts. However this time it came it was not normal. It only lasted a couple of days. And much lighter than usual. I have been on weight watchers for a month or so and for a few weeks ive been wanting to eat more. Ive been experiencing headaches like daily almost and lower backache. Also my breasts to feel a little different I think. Also i've had some cramps. Which I have been known to have before my period. I was thinking that the period I thought I had was implantation bleeding tho not sure. I did take a home test which came back negative. I read up that maybe I could of taken it too early. I was going to see what happens as the end of the month aproaches. Any thoughts.....View Thread
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