I recently started a VERY light period 2 weeks ago, it continued through the two weeks then stopped. (I put a tampon in since i was at the beach on vacation and the tampon never got full with blood) I am now 6 days late for my period. I feel really bloated and tired all the time. Dizzyness, nausia sometimes, and ive been eating ALOT more than normal. Also been having some weird periods throughout the day where i get super sweaty when everyone else is cold.
yes I am very normal on my cycles. The spotting for two weeks threw me off and I started to get worried. Then I read about implantation bleeding, and wondered if that was it. I do not know if the spotting was my period or not. I dont even think you could consider it a period since it was so light.
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