Hi ladies, I need help, reassurance, support. Yesterday was AF due date and yesterday evening I had spotting and my heart plummeted and I thought, great here we go again. The spotting was like a pink tinged mucus. I put a pad on in expectation of the real flow to follow. Well since then (prob around 8pm last night) I've had nothing other than the odd bit of clear mucus. I'm in a real mess with it all, my heads all over the place. Is this just a funny start to AF this month or could I be!!!!!! If I have no more blood show do I do a test tomorrow or do I wait a bit longer. Oh and last night I had real strong cramping but today there has been no cramping but have backache and aching hips???
Sorry to cry out to you all but needed to get this out before I spontaneously combust!
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