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KaseyLynn1010 posted:
I am now a week late with my period. I have been experiencing nausea, headaches, and an increased appetite and breast tenderness. I took a pregnancy test last friday and there was a faint positive. I waited two days took another one to be sure (using first mornings pee) and it was negative. Yesterday (Tuesday) I had some brown discharge. Then today I woke u spotting bright red. However, what is freaking me out the most is that I'm spotting on the pad but when I wipe after using the bathroom there seems to be more that just spots. I haven't really cramped at all, just felt a little twinge type pain in my stomach. Please help me I need answers! Thanks
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi KaseyLynn1010 -

We hope you have been able to talk with your doctor to figure out what's going on.

This expert discussion, Bleeding - What's Normal? , may be helpful.

Please keep us posted about how you are doing,
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
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