Hi, I have always had unprotected sex with my husband. Before I had the mirena IUD for about 6 months last year and conceived unknowingly. I miscarried. We haven't been trying for a baby, although I have suspicions now. I had my period mid August and had a slip up towards the end of the month. Then within a week or two, I felt nauseous and tired all the time, I was exhausted. Nothing tastes the same but I'm always hungry and a lot of food just tends to gross me out now. Then on the 8th I started spotting very light pink. Then the next days mainly at night I had dark red mixed brown blood with lots of discharge and back pain almost like a normal period. But my stomach felt extremely sore, I was having cramps, but not like the ones i usually get.. could I be pregnant??
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