Ok , so I posted before( period was spotty instead of the normal heavy , after it left a week later spotted pink for an hourTook at test last night and this am but it wasn't my first morning urine both were neg) now today I did my normal duties and I began having pelvic pressure/ pain. So after washing clothes I went home , laid down and it went away. Dh took me out for dinner and a movie and while sitting in the movie pelvic pain came back and only stopped when I laid down. Dh and I BD right after I laid down after washing clothes and I was fine. Anyone have a similar situation and found out later they were pregnant or cancer or anything? My spotty period was Dec27
Funny thing I had pelvic pressure at work last night while standing at computer putting order in. Thought it was weird. I don't know what it is either and like I have said my periods have been so light last month and now this one. NOT BORMAL for me at all and all mine have been coming out Neg. also
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