Hi all ive been trying to find this answer out for the last two days with no joy. The last few nights in the middle of the night I have been experiencing bad painful cramping so much so I rushed to the bathroom thinking my AF would make an appearance and it hasnt. About two weeks ago a couple of hours after intercourse I had spotting but that was all. However this week along with the cramps, I have been hormonal and exhausted. When I have gone to bed of a night I havnt been able to sleep and feel restless. My breasts have been slighlty more tender than normal I just keep thinking it is due to me being over weight. My lower back and legs have been aching aswell. I done a test two weeks ago after the light bleed but it was negative.. Sorry seems so long winded. I also have anemia and lower than average folic acid levels. I came of the depo shot about 12 months ago and havn't as yet had a period.
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