i had a m.s on the 9th of this month, and it ended on the 11th. and for 3 days or so after that i had really light spotting. my m.s is normally heavy. and lasts for 5 to 6 days! today is the 16th . and i have been noticing light light cramps ?? but no more spotting. my bf and i are not using protection and had sex about 2 weeks before my m.s. . . i am also taking meds for a underactive thyroid for about 2 months...:/ .. i dont no what it can be . mabi a messed up month?? can it be cramps from ovulation?? i would jus like a few opinions!!!! thanks ladies!!!!!!!:)
Well, might first thought are your periods regular? This could be just a quirky month - maybe. I have an underactive thyroid too. Some times when they up the dosage it kinda screws my cycle up a bit. And, yes I has have a mild cramping when I ovulate.
But, you're worried about pregnancy take a test. They pretty accurate from what my OB's nurse told me.
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