For the last couple of weeks i have been feeling 'odd'. Suspecting i may be pregnant but i also know the mind plays tricks on you. Im not trying to fall pregnant but somewhere along the way i may have missed a pill or taken one late.
The list of is as follows.
-Gas- for a week straight i have been constantly farting, burping, bloating after ANYTHNG i attempt to eat. To the point its beyond a joke.
-Tired- I have never been one to sleep during the day and lately all i want is to nap, or go to bed by 8.
-Cramping in my lower tummy, somewhat like period pain (which i very rarely experience).
-Slight pain in my lower back.
I am currently on the pill 'Yaz' and i had started taking my period pills and it ended up being late a week, (usually it starts the day of the period pill..and will have brown discharge couple days before.)
About a week ago i had light pink discharge after sex. I began bleeding red blood yesterday, once in the morning when i went to the toilet, and then a little watery brown discharge later..not very much and again today a little heavier and this time darker with more of a brown tinge.
Any feedback would be great from anyone whos been in my situ, does this sound like implantation bleeding or just a weird period..
I will take a HPT but ill wait a little longer.. x
If you have not taken the pills regularly then possibility of pregnancy is there.If you have taken the sugar pills late and did not take any pill during that duration then it might be possible that you are experiencing the symptoms due to hormonal fluctuations.
Wait for a week and then get a repeat test done for pregnancy determination.Kindly visit a Gynaecologist for evaluation.
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