Could a late, light, short period followed by cramping after the period mean I'm pregnant?
My last NORMAL period was on June 14th, I got what seemed to by a period on July 8th. It was two days late, a lot lighter than usual and only last 24 hours. I didn't think much of it, but lately I've been having weird cramps in my abdomen and tender breast. My fiance notices I've been sleeping more too. I take the pill, but last month a forgot way
too many pills. Is it possible I'm pregnant???
I'm 34 with irregular periods. My period this month was shorter and lighter enough for me to notice. A week later I got what I think is cramps for two days which is odd because I almost never get cramps. Took a hpt a week later and it came neg. What can be the cause?
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