Some advice here please???

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  1. Ablaski17

    Ablaski17 mommy to a little girl<3

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    Hello. I have been experiencing discharge. AF is due on the 28th. I have really tender breats. I usually dont get discharge like this before AF. I did just test it was a BFN, I know it is early but I thought hey what the hell it is worth a shot. Can someone please help me out here and tell me if Iam experiencing symptoms or just old AF on her way. Iam so frustrated. Thanks alot.
     
  2. PixieMajik627

    PixieMajik627 Well-Known Member

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    The exact same thing is happening to me, althoug I am discharging after my missed period...it's like brown muscus-like stuff (TMI)..I took a test about two weeks ago and it's a negative...I want to take another one but I would like to make sure it is the right time so I know for a fact, however I am scared because I really dont want to see a negative :(. I hope someone can give an answer.

    I have been looking around and it says to wait one week after your bleeding ends...I am so impatient though!!!

    Good luck and I hope it turns out great news for you!
     
  3. nikky0907

    nikky0907 Well-Known Member

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    Wait until your period is late, then test... the symptoms of an oncoming period are pretty similar to pregnancy symptoms.
     
  4. Blob

    Blob Sarah :)

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    Yea i'm with Amy its really annoying waiting but its the best thing to do :) Very exiting also :lol:
     
  5. perdiepirate

    perdiepirate Active Member

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    i had the same problem with discharge a while back i took a test and 2 months on im fine and not pregnant. It can just be that you're still a growing woman & we do go through some weird changes.
    I'd suggest if your still worried to seek advice from your doctor or perhaps a nurse?
    lots of love x
     

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