I started my period, in January, and I bled like normal, but i had the worse cramps ever, and i hadn't cramp like that since i was younger. I am 27 now, the past few weeks, i have been feeling like i have to vomit, but i never had, it was just the feeling, but nothing came out. I had a few light headed moments, but i chalked it up to not eating, and I was hungry, but typically i am always hungry, a few weeks ago, my breast were really sore, around the nipple area, and it lasted for a little over a week, maybe like a week and a day or so, so i took a pregnancy test, last Tuesday, it was negative, and i got my period Thursday, I bled really really heavy, but it only lasted two days. I'm not bleeding anymore, I don't know....i'm nervous, and a lot of the symptoms i am seeing are pregnancy signs, could i be pregnant?
Hmm it's interesting that you started bleeding, but I can't say yes or no for sure without a pregnancy test. If you want to ask a doc, I suggest you read this blog article, it might point you in the right direction: http://bit.ly/135rGq8
thanks...i did my math wrong, i did have intercourse on the 3rd and my breast the dehydration, as well as the short lived period all occured a week later, not i have no period, i am going to wait until march.. my period started on the 14th and stopped on 16th.
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