Hey ladies! Well I haven't been on here since February. I didnt think I had any chance of being pregnant. But of course here I am over thinking things!
When I had my period in February it was only 4 days long but it was heavy like normal. I never did test because I just assumed I was out. For a while there they were lasting 1 1/2 weeks maybe even 2 weeks. I have noticed some days I have alot of white creamy/milky cm. I DO have pcos. And i haven't had a period since that 4 day one. The last few days I have noticed some odd cramping on the left side of my uterus. And I have been VERY tired.
Is it possible for the bleeding to be heavy like a normal period if I was pregnant and just be shorter? Should I not even waste my time testing? Haha
I think you should test and maybe test again if your period doesnt show up in some time. But I would also say maybe have a blood test at the doctor if you dont get a BFP and still experience symptoms like pregnancy. It could be something and if it is you'd want to know as soon as possible obviously. Good luck. Baby dust!
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