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I'm 3 weeks pregnant and I think I got my period I'm bleeding and I have little cramps, do I have my period or is it something serious?
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Usually you don't get your period if you are pregnant. I would go to your doctor to see whats going on.
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I think its just implantation DD u test positive?
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If you're bleeding like a period then maybe see a doctor.
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As I read your post and it seems like you didnt miss your period yet but you tested positive you just might had a false positive and you are starting you period now since you had it the 4 of Oct but you can always make shure with your doc good luck
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False positive. If youre bleeding like a period, its your period. Never trust a pregnancy test alone when its that early. Always confirm with your doctor after a positive test
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False positives are extremely rare. It is probably a chemical pregnancy. Chemical pregnancies occur when an egg is fertilized but is not viable
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I agree^ sounds like a chemical pregnancy.
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You might wanna go to the hospital to make sure you are pregnant or not and if you are to make sure that everything is ok. Before this pregnancy i also took a pregnancy test and got a positive when i was 3 weeks and i had cramping and at 5 weeks i started bleeding and it turned out the fetus was dying it had stopped growing at 5+4 i believe. If you are really worried i would go to the er, good luck
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