I was supposed to start my period jan. 29th. I've been having pregnancy symptoms, such as raised bumps on my nipples and soreness.i never have that during menstruation.ive also had other symptoms, but that stuck out because it never happens.the night I was supposed to start, I took a test and it was negative.2 days later while me and my boyfriend were having sex, I started bleeding (1-1-13) .it is bright red,and was really heavy but has slowed down.the first day I started bleeding I cramped so bad I felt like I was dying.what does this mean? Could it have been a miscarriage? Could I still be pregnant? I'm still having symptoms of pregnancy and I just don't know what to do.ive had a child before so I know what pregnancy feels like and I feel pregnant but the bleeding is throwing me off...
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