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could I be pregnant?

By April 14, 2010 - 5:52pm
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Not sure if i can ask a question here but here goes..

I had unprotected sex on multiple occasions inbetween the 10 days before my period started which was on the 23/3
I had a few cramps, on the 22/3 i only had really really light bleeding then on the 23rd i got what looked like my normal period, it lasted for about 4 days then stoped and about 2 days after my period had completly stoped i went to the toilet and wiped and had blood but that was the only time i had the blood after my perods had finished. This isent normal for me and were trying to get pregant is it possible that im pregnant or have i had a miscarridge or is it jsut my periods being wierd?

At the beggining of my periods it was light light brown colour then was orangy pinkish then normal.

I took a pregnancy test and it was negitive.

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HERWriter Guide

A tiny spec can come from many things, even a tiny paper cut on your hand. Ladybug I hope you will soon be able to stop worrying so much and start enjoying yourself more. :-)

April 20, 2010 - 6:23pm

That information does help thanks..

Yesterday i went to the toilet and noticed that when i wiped myself there was blood, it was the tiniest bit of blood, im obviously not due for my periods and i havnt been having pain, but how do i know if it's coming from my Private part or through my urine.
I only noticed the spec of blood on the toilet paper, and it was only that once.

I don't think i should be worried as it was really only a little bit but i thauhgt i would ask.

April 20, 2010 - 6:12pm
HERWriter Guide

Ladybug - Fluctuate is another way of saying not always the same. Women's menstrual cycles fluctuate normally from month to month. Your period may change periodically to be shorter, longer, lighter, darker, heavier, etc. You may experience different symptoms, too: tender breasts, cramping, headaches...or nothing. Most women's bodies do not work like clock-work, and actually respond to their environment and change throughout the years. Hormonal fluctuations throughout the months and years is an ever-changing process. If you experienced a recent illness, are feeling really stressed, are taking a new medication...all of these can factor into the changes of your cycle.

If you continue to have these pains then it would be a good idea to see your doctor to determine the cause which may - or may not - be related to your periods. We can't give you a diagnosis from here, your doctor needs to do a physical exam and get your medical history.

Does this information help you?

April 19, 2010 - 6:31pm

Hi Im not sure what period fluctations are could you please explaine to me?

I took a pregnancy test a few days ago now and it was still negative i have been getting wierd pains, that arent all that painful in my stomach and also in my lower back sometimes.
I get the feelings in my stomach more than once a day.

April 17, 2010 - 10:07pm
HERWriter Guide

Ladybug - Most likely you're dealing with period fluctuations, but you may want to take another pregnancy test in a week or two to be sure. Pat

April 15, 2010 - 6:51pm
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