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By May 13, 2017 - 5:30am
 
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Hi..I have a 26 day cycle. First day of my last period was April the 3rd. I had sex with my husband on the 16th. Was expecting my period on Sartuday the 29th of April. A few days before my period was due I experienced sensitive nipples(i normally have tender breasts jus before my period but this time around they were okay. The nipples were the ones that were painful). My period didnt come..I then started experience bloating and had creamy cervical fluid..On sunday the 7th of May the nipple sensitivity subsided and my breasts started becoming tender. Bloating and creamy cervical fluid continued. On May the 11th i had sex with my husband, then cervical fluid changed clear and watery the next day. At night i noticed a tiny pink spot on my underwear. Decand the days later my breasts started becoming tender then

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Dear, Camil.

If your period is otherwise normal, even though it came late, I'd not be concerned. A late period does mean you miscarried. However, if you are feeling ill in addition, see your doctor.

Helena

May 13, 2017 - 6:43am

Sorry submitted befor i could complete the msg. The statement **Decand the days later my breasts started becoming tender then** is an error.

The final sentence is- Today on Saturday the 13th of May im bleeding. Thats exactly 2weeks later than when my period was supposed to start. Could i have been pregnant. Is it a miscarriage. Please help..Confused

May 13, 2017 - 5:36am
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