these are my symptoms. i have been having for little over a month.
my breasts are sore and nipples are EXTREMLY sinsitive.
lower abdomon is slightly firm
i have to use the restroom a lot latly i get stomach achs every day i have no energy and im always tired. my face is breaking out as well.
i get cramps with no bleeding. a week after i finaly got my period i had blood in my cervical mucus and the day after that i have spotting for like 5 mins.
but here is the catch. my period was late really late this month but i did have one but it was shorter than normal.
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:is there a chance i am pregnant?these are my symptoms. i have been having for little over a month. <br /> <br />my breasts are sore and nipples are EXTREMLY sinsitive.<br /> <br />lower abdomon is slightly firm<br /> <br />i have to use the restroom a lot latly<br />i get stomach achs every day<br />i have no energy and im always tired.<br />my face is breaking out as well.<br /> <br />i get cramps with no bleeding.<br />a week after i finaly got my period i had blood in my cervical mucus and the day after that i have spotting for like 5 mins.<br /> <br />but here is the catch. my period was late really late this month but i did have one but it was shorter than normal.
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