my period started 1-11-13.
my period wasent due until 1-25,26-13
it wasent like a normal period,it was lighter then usual.
and my stomach has been bloated,and it seems like im craving sweets and fruits.
im hoping to be pregnant.
well if lasted as long as a period I don't think you are pregnant. And those symptoms you are having it would be way to early to gave them. I think your mind is playing tricks on you to be honest. I'm almost 6 weeks pregnant and I don't have any of those symptoms yet.
Sounds like a shift in your normal cycle. The only bleeding you should experience during the early stages of pregnancy is implantation bleeding and it does not last 4 days. I had implantation bleeding w/ my 1st pregnancy and it was literally a few drops of blood over 2 days.
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