I would normally think these are all pretty indicative of your period being on the horizon, but the spotting makes me wonder if you were actually experiencing implantation bleeding. Some women have it, others don't.
If you haven't already started your period, you could go ahead and take a pregnancy test at this point since you're right around the time your cycle should be starting (or not starting, if you're pregnant).
Can I be with child if I began my period on the 10th of last month, and had sex on the 24th and 26th (which means I was ovulating on those days.) About a week or so after I started to have these pains in my lower stomach every day and also lower back, sometimes at the same time. I also started sleeping a lot. So I came on this month three days late, and my flow is heavy. Could I be pregnant, and when should I take a test?
I had sex on the first day of my period. My period stopped and started again, but it wasn’t as heavy as usual. Now, I have watery discharge but feel dry, and my cervix is the same consistency as the tip of my nose. This is the eighth day since my period stopped and I feel really weird. Am I pregnant?
My girlfriend's last period was on April 20th. We had sex on May 16th, which is four days before her expected period, and she has a regular cycle. But on May 20th, she was not on her period or today, May 21, 2018. But these past few days, she's been facing a lot of problems because of family reasons. Could it be that my girlfriend is pregnant, or the events that happened before her expected period could be the cause or her still not having her menstrual period?
I’m on birth control and do miss some but about 2 or 3 weeks ago I had a two day light period when it’s usually heavier and last longer but there has been times my period has been off or not come at all. But for the past few days I’ve been getting this gut feeling that I’m pregnant but I have no signs... is it possible?
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