Never apologise hon! Everything does move around a lot and start to feel different. For some women sooner than others. The blood concerns me though, red or sort of brown/pink? The latter is usually nothing to worry about fresh red blood is of concern. Where in the world are you as if in he UK, NHS Direct are usually really helpful and informative.
i find that it 'feels' different down there, not physically but when i pee it feels like something is stretching, we havent done the deed since finding out, so i cant give my view on that but i know what you mean hun
I had some red blood when I was nearly 6 weeks, I panicked aswell and thought the worst but I went and saw my GP and got booked in for an early scan. Everything was fine and I saw a heartbeat. It could easily be implantation bleeding but I would go to your GP and get an early scan if possible as I found it put my mind at ease a lot. Also I understand what you are saying about the tightness, I am the same, lots of weird and wonderful things happen during pregnancy, I'm just taking them as they come!
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