AF came for her visit on July 31 and ended on August 4, which was totally normal. I am on birth control and I have regular cycles when I don't take any antibiotics, etc. My question is Tuesday and Wednesday of this week (which would have been 4-5 after AF stopped) I began to have AF cramps again and I was spotting. Light blood when I wiped. I think there is a bug going around and that could be the source of the cramps, but not the bleeding. Does anyone have any suggestions? All are appreciated. Thanks in advance for the help!
hi. in the same boat, last night i had light spotting, i have felt very tired, bit sick sometimes and had a lot of cramps. I do not know what this is. First day of last period was july 30th. ended the 4th. No one answered my post so i dont no what to think. The spotting has stopped now. Im havin pains like i do at ovulation but i have tested and no surge was detected. Had sex all through my last period so aint gotta clue! lets hope we find out! x
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