So September 27th i started my period and everything seemed normal. Heavy bleeding with clots, cramping and my nipples were tender. That lasted about 2 days and then that Sunday (Sept 29) it became a light flow of the brownish discharge. By Monday it was completely gone. I didn't think anything of it except that it was a short cycle. This October i was expecting my period and i missed the first day. The week of my expected period my symptoms were a little different. My entire breast was sore and i experienced a different kind of cramping. When i didn't get my period i took two tests and both came out positive. Is it possible that I got pregnant in September and that's why my period was funky? Or was i most likely pregnant in October? My appointment with my doctor isn't for another two weeks and I'm quite curious... Thanks View Thread
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