Hello, i have been on birth control for a while but for the last couple of weeks i have forgotten to take it a couple of times. im not due for my period for another 3 weeks but my last period was light, short and really dark blood. last night i had a dark brown discharge then very light pink then back to really dark brown and it only showed up after i peed on the tissue and has not stopped since. and also last night i was feeling like period pains my back was hurting and my back and stomach were both cramping bad. today i felt a little nausous but thats about it. i took a pregnancy test and it came back negative. i need help i have been married for three months and we really dont want to be pregnant right now but if we are then we'll be extremely excited!View Thread
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