Hi, I just wanted some opinions on this. My period was 4 days late and when it came i was spotting for a day then I bleed for 2 days and began spotting again. I'm getting symptoms of being pregnant. But i haven't taken a pregnancy test as yet just wanted to be sure first. Thanks a lot View Thread
I started spotting on Sunday (pinkish/dark brown blood), Then I bleed heavily for 2 days. And I started back spotting again. I'm getting a lot of pregnancy symptoms with a lot of cramps. Could someone plz give me some advice. Everyone keeps saying i'm pregnant and look pregnant as well.View Thread
Hi, I would really appreciate some advice My period was 4 days late, then I started spotting for 1 day after that I bleed heavy for 2 days. I began spotting after that. I'm a little worried/confused. Could someone give me some advice plz View Thread
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