Help...confused new to this

Discussion in 'Not Trying, Not Preventing' started by Whicky99, Aug 10, 2020.

  1. Whicky99

    Whicky99 New Member

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    Okay here we go I always have normal cycles 28 days long ...I had my month period then 14 days later I started lightly bleeding with pain in my back and mild cramps NOTHING like my normal period ..I was confused cause I was 10 days early for it to be my period. So light bleeding stops I have on and off headaches, and being someone who likes to stay up late I was getting tired throughout the day being exhausted all day. I took 1 first response test Saturday August 8th that was the day my period was supposed to start. It was negative continued on I started feeling weird so I took another test this morning and I cannot tell if I have a positive test or if I am CRAZY. PLEASE help ... I took these pictures right after the 3 minute mark..

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  2. kittiecat

    kittiecat Mum to Noah & Ella

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    Hmm I see a slight something but not sure if it’s an evap line or not as not sure if it has any colour to it :(. Have you recently come off any contraception at all cause if you’ve come off hormonal contraception that could make your periods a little haywire for a while. Hope you get some answers soon :hugs:
     
  3. Becomeamum

    Becomeamum Well-Known Member

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    Some people have ovulation symptoms that sound like what you experienced 14days after your last menstrual cycle. Spotting, back ache (mild period symptoms) can be a sign that you are Ovulating.

    Also agree with @kittiecat coming on and off contraceptive methods can drive hormones all over the place.

    I also found from reading posts on here that the pink dye tests are more reliable, maybe try a different one next time and keep us posted.

    Best wishes for clarification xx
     

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