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(TMI)early, lightweight period, still going on at 9 days
Is this something to worry about??? 9 days ago I think what is my period starts, extremely lightweight, and throughout these days just a tiny bit of blood on the TP only when I pee. I don't know if this is a period or implantation bleeding...All pregnancy tests have been negative. Anyway if I am not pregnant, is a 9 day long period something to worry about?! My period are usually 3-4 days long.
I would see your OBGYN. Anything that deviates from your regular flow can be suspect. I spotted for three weeks into my second pregnancy. Spotting for more than a week could be the sign that something is not right, maybe an infection. If I was a betting woman I'd think you are pregnant, but I don't go to the track much! Good Luck Dear!
Okay thank you colleen, (: This is defiantly not regular for me. Both doctors I've seen have brushed it off as an "abnormal period"... It's very frustrating when *Everyday* I have been nauseous off and on, dizzy, and out of breath since November 22nd, Started my period a week early and it is as I described above, and since a few days after November 22nd I have been going to the bathroom very frequently! But yeah, apparently it's an abnormal period. I would like to be pregnant (: Very much so! But I guess I am going to brush it off as an abnormal period and take another test next week.
Thank you so much! If the test comes up Negative and I am still feeling funky/bleeding I will try to see a OBGYN (:
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