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still very light bleeding......?

Hi there! i was 5 weeks pregnant and just got heavy bleeding.......but i want to make this more clear so u can help me without confusion. my monthly cycle is 24 days but sometimes its 23 or 25 days too. i just started ttc in january but did not try any opk even i did not know about this and had sex only 3 times in whole month which did not work.
then i tried in feb and was supposed to have my periods on 10th of march but it was 19th of march and no periods which is not usual for me. i never went over on my periods. i had all the symptoms and was over 10 days with a positive test. then suddenly i had some spots on 19th morning which was brown mucus. but i got worried and went to emergency. doctor did urine and blood test both came negative. then no bleeding till next morning. on 20th march i got heavy bleeding which lasted only two days n from 21st night till now very light flow n which is not even coming regularr,,, its like if something coming now n then 3-4 hours later.

doctor said its normal but i dont think so n the GPs here are worthless. they do not care about anything. she just told me not to ttc untill first periods. but never gave any medicine for this m/c or hatever happened to me. now m really worried what should i do? my tummy is bloating a lot n i have got pain in right side abdomen and lower back. feeling so sick.
please help many thanks . .
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1346146 tn?1299360497
I would get checked to rule out ectopic pregnancy.  Good luck.
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many thanks
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