My menstral cycle is very normal 27-29 days. My last normal period was June 24 which means I ovulated around July 8th. I had sex July 5th, 8th, and 10th. I spotted for 3 days starting on July 18th I wasnt due for my period until the 22rd or 23rd. The spotting was dark brown and not enough to fill a liner and stopped every day around 6:30-7pm and then would start up again in the morning. If I consider this my period I am about 2-3 days late as of today. I have taken a HPT and it was negative. I also have had other symptoms for 3 weeks straight. these include mild cramping not quite AF cramps but vaguely simular, gas, more frequent urination, fatigue, nausea, and headaches/dizzyness. Any Ideas or comments would be helpful. I am scheduled for my yearly pap Tuesday I was going to wait until then but am concerned.View Thread
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