I just lost my insurance, have a history of painful cysts (PCOS) and had my first healthy amazing girl four months ago exactly. I hadn't had my period for a year & 1/2 until two months ago (yes, she was beyond a miracle!) Then again a week 1/2 ago. I had a devastating emotional situation yesterday & haven't slept for a couple days, then today had deep pain & passed a golf-ball sized clot thing & passed so much blood I could smell the rust like odor from where I sat. I know my chat rupture cycle like the back of my hand & this felt different. I was actually worried I may be pregnant again a few weeks ago based on physical feeling, but glad I got my period & dismissed it as jumping to conclusion. The father & I did have unprotected sex, kind of hoping to use the benefit of fertility help of just having a baby. What feels different, for women who have had both? Please help, I will take a hpt now, but could be too early any way. What do you think?
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