Ok, so "frequent" doesn't begin to describe it. Within 2 hours, I went 5 times! I had a weird period from 6/27 to 6/29 and I've been spotting since. There was hardly any pink or red blood; it was mostly all brown...even the spotting is brown. I wouldn't be so concerned about this except that 1) I never spot this long after a period. It's usually a light flow in the beginning of the day and by the end of the day, I'm spotting or doing nothing at all. 2) the constant trips to the bathroom is unusual. 3) I'm not on birth control. I also have some pain in my back and uterus.
So, my obvious question is it a possibility to be pregnant prior to getting my period and still get one? I was pregnant before almost a year ago to the day, but I had a m/c shortly afterwards and I also had the unusual spotting and urination then. The pain scares me though since the last time I had pain, it didn't bode well for the little peanut.
it sounds like you could be so it wouldn't be a period i would start with a pregnancy test and go from there as for the pain if its concerning go to the er and tell them your having sharp pains in your stomach and back i'm sure they will run a pregnancy test on you and be able to tell you why your having the pains good luck i hope this baby sticks
Thank you! the pain turned out to be horrid gas pains (sorry for the TMI lol), but the weird gastro-gas issues are another unexplainable thing as well. I'm going to test some time next week. I'll update
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