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Question by kamesgee
Submitted on 11/4/2003
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My periods were shorter than usual and the flow was little a week later I find a blood spot in my underwear am also having abdominal pains and frequently passing out urine should I conclude that am pregnant


Answer by Voyeur
Submitted on 1/22/2004
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My understanding is that pregnancy and periods were mutually exclusive.

I think you should conclude you should be posing your question to a physician rather than the entire world via the web.

 

Answer by class
Submitted on 1/29/2004
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ok that was really rude of you to respond that way.She asked a question dont crucify her for it.You are just RUDE,RUDE,RUDE

 

Answer by Leah
Submitted on 4/19/2004
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The girl is scared and nervous. Leave her be. You should be helpful, not vengful

 

Answer by scrattyburger
Submitted on 4/22/2004
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erm, well, have you slept with anyone recently? that may be a clue. but as long as you didnt get pregnant through contaminated bathwater youll be fine.

 

Answer by Jenni4
Submitted on 4/24/2004
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Hi, I have had the same symptoms recently and although, I have to get examined at the hospital, they feel I may have an ovarian cyst or endomentrosis.

Guys if you cant answer constructively dont, she has a real concern.

 

Answer by Punkalicorn
Submitted on 8/27/2004
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As a response to the ignorant jerk who posted earlier, I have two things to say. 1) You are rude and inconsiderate and should post your useless comments elsewhere, and 2) Periods and pregnancy are NOT mutually exclusive. Many women DO continue to have short, light periods throughout their first trimester. This may be a result of unusually low HCG levels.

 

Answer by wtg
Submitted on 8/21/2006
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these people are looking for constructive useful information not criticism and wise ass remarks these forums are here to help people so how about helping.

You should see your gp and find out whats up a couple of simple tests will tell you if you are pregnant and if not they may find the underlying issue

 

Answer by lexi
Submitted on 2/2/2007
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I'm scared that it may leak on my clothes at school.

 

Answer by concernedteen16
Submitted on 5/22/2007
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Hello, I have been experiencing some of the same symoptoms. I have bloating, shorter periods than usual, constant urination, and fatigue all the time!!! What do I do?

 

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