I found out i was pregnant at rpughly just under 4 weeks by a positive hpt, but then 3 days later i started to, wjat i thought, spot because i had light pink blood when i wiped in the evening, but it got heavier as i went through the next day and turned red. still not as heavy as my normal period but enough to need a pad. iv not had any cramping or pain whatspever, and my boobs are still painful anf the blue veins keep coming and going whoch is what they already did. im still urinating just as much as i was and im still tired, but im worried i may be miscarrying.. iv read up online about women who bled heavily throughout their first trimester with no worries, who say if theres no pain or cramping then dont worry about it, is this true? could i still be pregnant or am i moscarrying?
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