Hello, my husband and I are trying to have a baby. I missed my period last month (Sept) and on Sunday Sept 30 I took a hpt and it was neg. Monday whenever I went to the bathroom I notice light blood on the tissue but it wasnt enough to use a pad or tampon. Today (Thur) I started using a tampon because it is now heavier and when I went to change it I notice a clot. I have mood swings, my emotions are all over the place, I sometimes have craving and a little sickness every now in then. My last period was Aug. 17,2012. What can be going on? I feel so lost!!!!!!!!!!!!View Thread
Hey everyone! Im new to this and im looking for advice. My husband and I had sex 5 times last month. I missed my period last month (Sept). On Monday (Oct. 1) when I wipe myself there was light red blood. (Spotting) Not enough to put on a pad or tampon. However today is Thursday and it is now heavy and I notcie a clot. Is this my period. I have been very moody, a little sickness and my emotions are all over the place.View Thread
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