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    Im havin pregnancy symptoms but heavy bleeding
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    confused73 posted:
    So i'm constantly hungry, but nauseous. Always tired. I've been eatin alot, but losin weight. I'm gettin dizzy and light headed and headaches. I keep havin sharp stomach pains. I'm early for my period, about a week, and the first day it was heavy for an hr then went to basically nothin. Then last night i started bleedin extremely heavy and clottin alot includin when I was sleepin. Then when I woke up it continued for an hr and slowed down again. Whats wrong with me?
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    confused73 responded:
    One more thing, i'm 27yrs old and have never been pregnant before and my boyfriend and I always use the pull out method
     
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    georgiagail responded:
    Have you considered having this looked into medically? One might suspect the possibility of a miscarriage or a more serious GI issue with anemia.

    Gail


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