I have always had very regular periods. I was supposed to get my period on the 10th. It hasn't came yet. I have no nausea, no sore nipples, no real signs of pregnancy. I do however have some cramping down there. Sometimes the cramping gets really strong. This morning I noticed there was a small brown spot on my underwear and when I used the restroom there was a streak of blood on the toilet paper. Could this be the start of my period finally or could this be spotting in pregnancy? Thanks in advance for any responses.
its hard to tell. I would test just to make sure. good luck!
Thanks for your Reply!
Well I went ahead and took a test just to be sure and it has come back negative. I have noticed that I have started to bleed a little more...not enough to wear a pad or tampon. So I'm not real sure whats going on. My period has never been late so I'm confused on why it would be almost a week late?
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