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hi i'm 28 years old.. i am pregnant i had a very early period

By Anonymous August 26, 2009 - 1:17pm
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i had an early period 15 days after my last, usually its 24 days on average. the bleeding was unusualy bright red, moderate, some tissue. on the forth day it was brown and finished! its been just over a week and i've been feeling so weird, nusea..blaoting lower back ache. mild cramping yawning but not sleeping well and sore breasts that tingle and feel like they are growing but not swelling i have white discharge that does not smell.. i've taken a urine test and it was negative..am still confused as to how i feel..could i be pregant?

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its been 27 days since my last period and tonight i have had my period start, first it was a brownish discharge and now after some hours its light but starting to look fresh. i believed i might have concieved because my last menses was 5 days early and very weird too. this time its late as i have a 21 -24 cycle. i am not cramping as usually do but i've back pain and shooting pains from my belly button. i have been stressed worrying over the fact that i might be poregnant... really hoping that i may pregnant.. to a point where i started also believing that it was phantom because i had a menses although early and still continued to believe somehow i was preggs. i hope this is not confusing but please let me no what are the chances that i could still be pregnant. thanks.. i will up date you in the next few days as to how my menses went.

September 5, 2009 - 8:33pm
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