Hi everyone... I have grand mal seizures occasionally. I had one yesterday, my third one since January. (That is a lot for me.) My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant. A few days ago I started having brownish/pinkish discharge. At the time I wasn't planned to start my period for another week, and I usually have very regular periods. Looking up that symptom, I noticed that this is a common symptom ladies have when they are pregnant. Yesterday I had a pretty bad seizure- my seizures, when they occur, happen when I am on my period or maybe the day before. Today I am having heavier brown discharge and cramping, similar cramps you would have when on your period. I am not supposed to start until Monday.
I have narrowed it down to three options. 1. I was never pregnant and am having an irregular period (which doesn't happen often, but possible I suppose). 2. I was pregnant and now the baby is gone because I had the seizure. 3. I'm pregnant.
Does anyone have any insight, ideas, or similar stories? Thanks!!View Thread
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