brown spot, bloated, missed period could i be pregnant
Hi there-I am 27 and just started to try for a baby this month. I got off birth control in March and had my period April 5th as planned. I then ovulated around the 19th-24th during which my husband and I had intercourse. I usually have normal periods when off birth control but i am on my 31st day and i noticed yesterday light brown spotting when i wiped. Yesterday i was very bloated all around my mid section, arms and legs and very crabby. Today that went away but still have the very light brown spot when i wipe. I am waiting to take a pregnancy test til i am a week late but was wondering if anyone thought i could be pregnant. It would be a nice mothers day gift
Seems like you have the same symptoms I did and I found out I was pregnant on the 24th of April. You can take a test right now to see if you are pregnant. Looking at your last period, you should defintely be able to get a result. Hope this helps
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