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09/05/2013 at 06:36
deficiencyFirst of all, has anyone here had very early pregnancy symptoms? I have had some unusual.female things happen.lately so I decided to search them on the internet, not always the best idea but I did it. It kept bringing me to pages about pregnancy. I have been under the impression for.several years that I cannot conceive. I have never experienced these things before so I'm not sure what to think but i know something isn't right. It started 4 days ago. Of and on I had what felt like mild menstrual cramps for 3 consecutive days. With those my legs were also achy/crampy. I took multivitamins thinking the potassium and magnesium would fix it but it didnt seem to.be a deficiency problem. Also during this time I noticed a lot of milky discharge and an increase in bowel movement if that matters or may just be TMI. This morning after intercourse he told me I was bleeding a little and sure snough when I went to the bathroom there was some light pink on the tissue and nothing since. I have 12 days until my period should start. Does this sound familiar to anyone? Can women get extremely early symptoms? Could it just be from the intercourse? It wasn't rough or crazy Or am I just crazy? Any thoughts will be appreciated!
09/05/2013 at 10:45
Every pregnancy is truly different & what happens in one may or may not happen in another. The way women experience pregnancy is also different with some women building up hormone levels & developing symptoms quickly whilst others will take more time.
It is unusual to experience symptoms so early on but not impossible. What I would question is your last 'period' - was it a normal period or was it lighter, shorter than you may have expected? (could you be further into pregnancy than you think?).
At this stage the only advice would be to wait until your period is due & see what happens or if you feel you can't wait you could ask your Dr to test a blood sample for pregnancy hormone. Best wishes & good luck
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