Help! Here's my situation.. I'm almost 2 months delayed, experiencing pregnancy symptoms. After my last period on Nov last year. I got one week delayed on Dec, then a week after I had my vaginal spotting (not a heavy flow). I consulted a doctor and she prescribed me a medicine (folic acid). I got my hpt and first hcg blood test but its negative, and still experiencing pregnancy symptoms. But few days ago, I started bleeding as if I'm having my regular aunt flow but I don't feel anything like having a severe abdominal pain(dysmenorrhea) that I commonly experiencing before. and that bleeding lasted only for 3 days. well, my regular aunt flow usually lasts for 5 days. I'm confused, If it is normal? I can still feel I'm pregnant.
If you feel you are pregnant, then this can be confirmed or excluded by doing blood test for beta HCG and an ultrasound scan. These will definitely help diagnose a pregnancy. Consult your Doctor.
Hope this helps.
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