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I experienced some light cramping and I thought my period was coming, but no sore boobs as usual. Then 2 days before my period was due I started bleeding just a little. The next day it became heavier but it only lasted for 2-2,5 days, and now it’s back to almost nothing. I didn’t cramp at all while bleeding, but usually the first 3 days of my period hurts a lot. I also had a nosebleed, which I read could be a sign of pregnancy, and I had a pimple on my neck which I nver had before. Could this mean that I’m pregnant, or am I reading too much into it?

Posted by mom474500, 18th January 2021

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  • If you were that close to your period I would just do a test. You could also go to your Dr and ask for a blood test. There is so many signs of pregnancy and they call all just be everyday occurrences also. Hard to tell.

  • I didn’t have the bleeding, but I had period like cramping when my first bub implanted. Its worrying

  • I would think it’s unlikely. Its probably just a shorter period this time and pimples often show up around the time of menstruation. If you are still uncertain you could take a pregnancy test

  • If it was, it should’ve been very light spotting at the most. Just wait and test

  • It’s possible but could also be a change in cycle as this sometimes happens to me. Best to test to put your mind at ease

  • It could be…just wait a little longer and do test

  • Take a test and good luck ☺️

  • There is a lot of hype about implantation bleeding but apparently it isnt actually all that common. In saying that I had it with both of my pregnancies. The only way to know for sure is as others have said take a test. When we are trying for babies we all overthink everything, completely normal. Goodluck and I hope you get the outcome you want.

  • A test is best! A blood test is better and a quick visit to your doctor might set you straight and you will not be worried. Do not sleep another night worrying get all ladies issues sorted at the doctors!

  • Best thing to do is take the test. You won’t stop thinking about it until you do.

  • I would take a pregnancy test and maybe repeat this after a week or so.

  • Whenever in doubt and for peace of mind I visit the GP.

  • You should take a pregnancy test and that will tell you. If you’re past implantation bleeding then there would be enough hcg to have a faint line.

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