I have missed my period by a week. I had alittle pink discharge last week and thought I was having it but it only lasted about an hour or so. is there a chance that I could be pregnant??? Should i wait another week or so and then get a test????
Trish-- I called the Dr. today and they said there is nothing to worry about it is probably nothing... Then they ask me if I'm under stress and other things. I told them no nothing has changed. She said take a prego test and see. and asked me when I had my tubes tied. I told them last Nov. and she said they tied them differently than they did 10 years ago. So she wasn't worried at all!!! That still didn't help. So if I still have not had a period by next week I think I will go see another Dr. Thanks for your help.
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