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    Late period but no symptoms for pregancy or period
    An_251984 posted:
    My period is very regular and I usually show symptoms right before (ie tender breasts, mild cramping). However, it's about that time and I still don't have any symptoms, but yesterday when I thought I was finally getting my period I had mild cramping, but when I went to go check it was very very light pink and a little white discharge.
    I've been noticing this for the past day or 2, but other than the cramping I haven't had any symptoms for my period or pregnancy. I plan on taking a pregnancy test tomorrow, but I was wondering if anyone could give me any insight until then?
    I'm just getting a little worried cause I've been looking online and I've been getting a lot of mixed results.
    fcl responded:
    Many women never get pregnancy symptoms (I didn't). If your period is late, take a test.

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