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Had period, seemed like heavy 2 day bleeding with a lot of clotting, then 2 days of very light spotting then quit.

By March 16, 2009 - 1:55pm
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I am now very fatigued. I get nasuea comes and goes. Today I have vomited twice, but then will feel fine. My face now and then gets really hot and red. It seems as though my issues are hormonal. I still have tender sore breast. My period has been over for quite a while now. It would be day 8 if my last period was actually a period. Is it possible to have these symptoms and be pregnant. I seem to freak out about being pregnant and not knowing. I take a medicine that I would have to stop immediately if i were to actually be pregnant. So with that said. I try to keep up with my abnormalities and question everyone of them.

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hi there i wanted to know if you found out you where pregnant and also i learned from a nurse spotting can me anywhere from when yu wipe to as heavy as a period

June 8, 2009 - 1:42am

Tonya, do you think it's possible that you are pregnant? Did you have unprotected sex around your most likely time of ovulation?

Some women do have light spotting during the early weeks of pregnancy, but it's not a typical period with all its accompanying symptoms. Was your recent period a normal one for you?

The actual act of having a period is that of the uterus shedding its lining. When pregnant, you don't do this. So since you had a couple of days of heavy flow plus some clotting, it sounds like a regular period as opposed to the spotting that might accompany a pregnancy.

Are you still vomiting, or has that ended?

Are you trying to become pregnant? Is the doctor that prescribed your medication aware of this?

March 19, 2009 - 8:39am
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