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still having cramping nd light spotting after period

By Anonymous June 1, 2010 - 1:35pm
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I recently got my period on the 19th of this month it was heavier then normal but only lasted about 4 days but its been like 8 day later and i still have some light cramping in my lower stomach and lower back like my period is gonna start again. I noticed to that sometimes when i wipe theres some pink like blood and sometimes it browish looking. If it helps i was having some pregnancy symptons and thought i might be pregnant. I tested twice and the test came out negative on the first one but developed a faint line, so i tested again a few days later nd got a positive result all most right away but it didnt stay. Could be pregnant after all. Ive been peeing all time, im very tired, little nausea sometimes but nothing like i was feeling. Could I have been pregnant and had a miscarriage. Im only 21 and it would be my first pregnancy if i am pregnant and its very confusing. Please help any advice would be great. Thank you.

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If there was a faint line on one pregnancy test, then a positive result on a second pregnancy test (whether or not the line eventually disappears), these results most likely mean that you are pregnant. I believe the instructions on these tests say to read the result after 2 minutes, and that is the accurate result. Any more time than that, the line could disappear, and too much earlier than that, the line may not have appeared yet....be sure to follow the directions exactly on the specific test you are taking.

Can you take one more pregnancy test to confirm, or call your doctor tomorrow morning and ask to be seen, saying that you've had two positive pregnancy tests and are not sure what to do?

Have you had unprotected sex since your last menstrual period? It has been 14 days since your last menstrual cycle, and if you ovulated between May 19th and June 1st, there is a possibility of pregnancy.

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June 1, 2010 - 7:23pm
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