My girlfriend has an irregular period. She hasn't menstruated for the last five months, and this is her sixth month without one. However, today she had some light brown spotting, what could this be? We're sexually active, but we don't engage in intercourse. Could she still be pregnant, is this spotting normal?
My last period was relatively light for 4 days. Lately, however, I'm nauseous with sore breasts, constipation, random crying for no reason and a stuffy and swollen nose. I have a longer cycle where there may be a month I skip. We aren't actively trying but I did suffer a miscarriage in August and didn't even know I was pregnant then. So, now I'm panicky whenever my body seems off or has unusual symptoms. Is there a possibility I could be pregnant?
I’m three days late for my period and I had sex four weeks ago. However, I usually get cramps before my period, which includes back pain, fatigue, tenderness in breasts, and also abdominal pain. I’m also use to white discharge before my period. Maybe I’m overthinking. How could I tell the difference between just a late menstrual or early pregnancy?
I started bleeding around the time of my period, but it was lighter than usual. With implantation bleeding, I heard you cannot have clots, which I did. Also, the bleeding lasted around 4-5 days. My breasts are fuller and I’m having some weird stomach twinges and feelings in my back. I have never had these symptoms during my period. I have less of an appetite and can’t sleep as well. I took 4 pregnancy tests each day and all came out negative. Could I be pregnant?
I'm eight weeks and three days pregnant. There is a possibility my ex-partner is the father. My last period was Sept 22nd. My cycle is pretty regular and always around the 24th or 25th of every month. I also have the app Flo and keep track of it. I had sex Oct 3rd with my ex and my current partner Oct 14th. Who could be the father? We will be doing a test. I'm just trying to figure out beforehand who would be more likely?
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