I was suppose to start my period the 16th of this month and I was 8 days late! I started spotting for 4 too 5 days then the next 4 days I have been bleeding a little heavier. My breast have been a lot more Sensitive, been using the bathroom more frequently, eating more, and I have been wanting everything spicy or sour. I have been extremely lazy an tierd, and been itching on my breast an stomach. One of my friends she is pregnant an said that it sounds a lot like what her body was doing when she was pregnant but backwards. I took a test an it was negative but I asked her an she said it could be to early an she said take a test after I am bleeding.View Thread
Okay so my period was suppose to be on the 16th of this month, I missed my period by 8 days and then o started spotting for 5 to 6 days. The next day I woke up with cramps an I went into the bathroom an was bleeding a little more than what I was this bleeding has been going for 3 dags now. My boobs have been more sensitive an hurting more. I have already been craving for everythING spicy like buffalo sauce and jalapeÃ±o. I don't kno we what's going on and I have gained weight as well??View Thread
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