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Something to worry?


I don't have anyone to talk to about this...

My last period was on the 13th -19th April.

Had intercourse around 22 April since the 25th April i had these symptoms:

1) Sore enlarged breast
2) Cramps at lower abdominal
3) Bloated/stomach pain

I had light spotting on the 28th April for a day. Then it stopped. Then on the 5th May till now (11th May) im spotting.. light pink/brown/black discharge. Is this normal? for spotting this long? should i be worried?

My next period is 16th May... should i wait till my period to test or go see doc??

Please help....

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Yes its not heavier than my period.. :) Glad to hear its not something major... Thankyou again! x
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Thankyou for your reply! :)
Yes, another couple more days till the 16th :) *fingers-crossed*. Hope you are well too :) Will keep you posted! Thankyou again! x
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I don't think you have nothing to worry about as long as it doesn't get heavier than your period. I would wait till your next period to test. Good Luck
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I would wait till you expected period to test. I will be doing that on the 17th of This month actually as well. I woke up this morning with sore breasts but nothing too bad I can handle and like a nauseous feeling. I hope all is well girly. And I am always here if you need anything. Good luck (:
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