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By April 25, 2017 - 4:49am
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Since February 2017 I have been experiencing normal pregnancy symptoms, lactation included, had a weird, short period on March 26-27, total bleed time was a day and a half. Skip to now, still having symptoms, having a very light pink "period", no cramps, so far only when I wipe but not every time I wipe, none on the panty liner i have on. It's also 2 days late, which i know isn't a big deal, but is strange for me. I have had a tubal 12 years ago that the doctor took out less than the recommended amount of tubes just in case i wanted to get it undone later i could. Can anyone help me?

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Hello Andrewsgirl,

Welcome again to EmpowHER. Have you confirmed that you are pregnant? Have you had a positive pregnancy test result?

If you are in the very early weeks of a pregnancy, I think it is too early to be lactating. I could be wrong.

Please telephone your gynecologist. If you have not had a blood pregnancy test done, I think one is necessary.

Keep us updated,

April 25, 2017 - 9:03am
(reply to Maryann Gromisch RN)

All hpts have been either negative or questionable, started spotting bright red/brown today, less than half the flow amount of my normal AF, very light cramping on lower left side of abdomen, again less than half the pain of my normal, not even filling up a pad, no money to get another test yet and no car yet to go to the dr

April 25, 2017 - 7:16pm
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