Maybe you can help me. My period came 11/22 and ended 11/28. Prior to my period starting I woke up four days in a row early in the morning with cramps. Once my period started no more cramps. I ALWAYS have painful cramps to the point doctors prescribed me pain meds. 2 days after my period stopped (so 11/30) I started with spotting and I continue to spot daily and it's currently 12/5. I also have extrememly sentive and sore nipples. Could I be pregnant even though i just had a period? I can't say it was a normal period since no cramps during the period but did before.View Thread
My last normal periods was 8/9/2012. On 8/23/2012 i started spotting for 3 days. None of which ever required more than 1 tampon a day. I should have started on 9/2/2012. I am now 9 days late. I took a test 7 days late and it came back negative. Any suggestions? was that a period or am I pregnant?View Thread
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