I'm almost 2 months delayed but my pregnancy test and first hcg blood test is negative. but I'm experiencing pregnancy symptoms like:
* tender and sore breast (both nipples and surrounding breasts)
* dizziness when I wake up in the morning
* food aversion
* browning of the region around my nipples
* nipples are somewhat enlarged
* breasts getting too large for my bra
* my belly is no longer flat instead slightly round and firm
* missed period
* slight abdominal and pelvic cramps that will eventually subside
but few days ago, I started bleeding as if I'm having my regular aunt flow. but I don't feel anything, like having severe abnormal pain (dysmenorrhea) that I commonly experiencing before. or If I had a miscarriage, I should feel severe pain but like what I've said I felt nothing. and I know.. I'm still pregnant coz I can feel the fetal heart beat in my belly, and I can still feel the pregnancy symptoms. Is it normal to have a normal bleeding when pregnant? Help!
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