I had a normal period (looks like it) a week later which is rather heavy. I am constantly tired and nauseas. I took two urine tests which came negative on the day of my period.
My question is; is it normal to be bleeding this long or could I be pregnant or maybe something more? last week, I was certain that I am pregnant and then had the normal period. I am a regular 28 days cycle and my periods last 5 days.
I have not gone to doctor yet and can only get an appointment in three days. For now this is driving me crazy
Anyone ever experienced this and discovered they were pregnant or does anyone have any explanation for me
Thank you in anticipation
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Am I pregnant or just having hormonal changes. This feels so different from my normal period and yet feeling pregnant as well
Did you recently go off of the pill? That could explain the unusual periods and symptoms. If you had a normal (substantial) period and have had 2 negative pregnancy tests since the day of your expected period, it seems unlikely that you are pregnant.
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Report This| Share this:Am I pregnantDid you recently go off of the pill? That could explain the unusual periods and symptoms. If you had a normal (substantial) period and have had 2 negative pregnancy tests since the day of your expected period, it seems unlikely that you are pregnant.
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