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    An_247135 posted:
    I have been TTC for just a few months....getting very confused....i have been having all the pregnancy sx but still have what seems like my "cycle" but alot shorter than normal...this has been going on for 2 months. This past month i had what i had thought was implantation bleeding.....can you get your period and still be pregnant?? Is it a hormone imbalance that could be giving me all this pregnancy symptoms but still a cycle..??? have drs appt next week...just wondering if anyone had any other input or advice/suggestions?? thanks
    capriciousangel31 responded:
    it could be spotting which is very common in the first trimester, you can always have your doctor do a blood test to see if you are pregnant or not, its possible that with you TTC your cycle is changing which does happen sometimes. DOn't give up hope though if you aren't pregnant it took me and my hubby a while to get preggo

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