Hi! I'm new on here and here's my story. I was suppose to have my period on the 22nd of August but came on 24th. 2 days late. After 2 weeks, I started to get dizzy and nauseated, raised bbt, feverish, cramps but on and off. On Sept 13 I spotted once then gone, the ff day I spotted again once the gone. On the 19th Sept I had light bleeding, stopped at midnight till morning and came back the after i took a bath on the 3rd day. On the 4th day were brown spotting. I took a test on the 26th, it was negative. Still feeling the same after that with sore breasts and cramps. Having all these symptoms. is it possible that I am pregnant even with period? Now I can feel beats in my belly on and off. I'll wait if my period will show on the 15th October. I'll let u know!View Thread
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