Two weeks ago I had my "period" which was almost 19 days early. The period was very short. It started with light bleeding and then the next two days did NOTHING and then the fourth day again had very light bleeding and then was over. Now I am having heavier than usual CM discharge. I have been definitely overtired lately (but also stressed at work). I had intercourse maybe two weeks before the bleeding. More than that though I have had headaches off and on as well as an achy stomach. Yesterday I had a strange emotional breakdown. My boyfriend was joking around with me and all of a sudden I burst into tears and seemed unable to stem the flow of tears and sobs...an ordeal that lasted twenty minutes. Should I be worried pregnancy wise or are these all signs of the stress I am under with work? I am not on Birth Control...it makes me ill. But we do use protection.View Thread
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