Pink spotting and brown spotting 2 days before my period. Now my period is do and still just spotting for 4 days.
Pink spotting and brown spotting 2 days before my period. Now my period is do and still just spotting for 4 days. I've always been on time never late. I'm 36 years old and do not take anything to prevent pregnacy I have not got pregnant for 10 years and not trying to either. The only different thing i'm doing now is taking a fat burner and since I started taking it, this happend to me. Need answers thank you.
I took a home pt and came out positive, but I still don't believe it. Can it be true even if I don't feel any symptoms. Being that im 36 years old maybe my hormones are waked and my body thinks it's pregnant. I don't have the brown and pink discharge anymore but now I have a yellowish discharge no symptoms. I have a Dr. apt. next week..
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