Hay so I'm quite concerned and super confused here! In August a became pregnant and miscarried about a week or so later. Now a couple months later I'm thinking I may be pregnant again??
I just got off an odd period, and a couple days after my bf and I became intimate. Ever sense I've have all the symptoms one would get indicating pregnancy, it's been a week now feeling super pukey, uber tired, as well as hungry. Boobs feel different and sore, etc.. This morning I noticed I started "spotting" but now it's the afternoon and the "spotting" is heavier and darker.
So I guess I'm just wondering if anyone has any idea if that's normal or not?
Oh and I'm not supposed to have another period for another two or three weeks!?
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