... I have question can you be pregnant and your body not catch it before your cycle comes? Cause I been having symptoms before my cycle like nausea, cramping, light pink spotting and chronic fatigue. I started the spotting for like 2 days before my actual cycle started. Has anybody else gone through this?
Some women spot or bleed during there first trimester, but if they do they need to keep an eye on it. If your bleeding as much as you would with your regular cycle then I'd say your not pregnant. If you really think you are then if you take a test and it's negative I'd say your defiantly not pregnant. If you are pregnant you would need to see a dr about the bleeding as it's generally a sign of a miscarriage (Although many women have bleeding with no miscarriage)
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