my period started like a regular period but this time i didnt have cramps (i usually do, real bad) and my flow is always heavy the first 3 days then start to slow down on the 4th day. But this time my period was on two days and when the 3rd day came it was on that morning and went back off and was off all day until the next morning it came back on and did the same exact thing. Now my period usually last 6 days but this time it only lasted 5 on my 5th day it came on that morning stayed on a little that after noon and that was the end of it. i havnt had any pregnancy symptoms yet but my period has NEVER done this before could i be pregnant? also a day or two after my period i started having sharp pains on the right side of my abdomenView Thread
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