I have had a normal period Jan (3rd) and Feb (3rd) this year but i missed March but was not pregnant, i then had my period April (1st) but have not had one this month so far, i feel like i'm going to come on with period like cramps, backache, hadeache and feeling sick almost all day every day i am feeling dizzy and faint sometimes. i don't recall feeling like this when pregnant with my now 10 month old daughter, i have done 2 tests one wednsday and one thursday and both negative, but when i went to the toilet last night there was blood when i wiped so i put a pad on thinking it was my period but when i got up this morning there was nothing on the pad but was again blood when i wiped is this implantation bleeding or my period please help thanks (if this is implantation bleeding would the tests still be negative?)
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