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    confuzzled90 posted:
    ok so this month i got some bleeding for 2 days then it stopped then nothing for 2 days then the next day i had spotting.... me and my husband are newly wedds and trying to have a baby..... should i be worried that i havnt gotten my full period but test are negative! i feel sick alot during the day mostly after i eat.. also my belly is getting a little firmer and my nipples and boobs are tender to the touch. idk what i should do im to nervous to go to doctors and be negative and still feel sick everyday
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    Cejai91 responded:
    Wait a few more days and test again. Implantation bleeding? It just might be! :> Good luck.


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