What Should I do? a. pregnacy test b. doctor c. don't worry
Ok, ttc first off - I got my cycle jan.2 - went off completely yesterday morning the 6th of jan. the morning that it went off, I had intercourse that night. After interc. I noticed I had started to bleed agan, although it was bright red. When I got up the next morning(today) I still was spotting enough for me to put on a pad. Although nothing seems to be on the pad, every time I go to the bathroom I see blood. I have mild discomfort in my abdomal area(like cramps). Did a egg fertilize or what, because since were ttc, I've realized I ovulate like right after my cycle. My body is funny, or could I just of had rough sex, and feel mild cramps because im ovulating? Oh forgot to mention my cycle was a week early and I've noticed I've had a nap everyday for the last week and haven't really done anything, not to mention I'm on vacation....go figure? Could I be pregnant and just had a cycle because my body didn't register that I was pregnant. (My niece's mom had her cycle for 7 months of her pregnancy..@#!)
Update, ok I just went to the doctor for annual checkup on 15th of Dec. got results said everything was normal no disease or anything so NOW WHATS GOING ON. the sppoting lasted 1 1/2 days. Ive been having back pains, and I have no appetite(sp) at all......very emotional also , anyone ever heard of post pms?
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