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IB or just haywire menstrual cycle

My cycle days is usually 28 to 32 days. I will have pre-menstrual spotting 4 to 5 days before my AF. The spotting will usually come light and slowly increases in volume before my actual period.

But At cd24 this cycle I had traces of pink and brown mucus when I wipe off and till today (cd27) there is still no sign of AF or increase in bleeding.

I feel nausea all day long ( not sure whether it’s psychological). Other than that there’s no change in pms from the past.

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Try to relax and let nature take its cause if we listen to our bodies too much it sends the wrong messages. I am not just waffling this is from personal experience. Pregnancy symptoms and AF symptoms are almost very identical so its difficult to differentiat sometimes. Not trying to bring you down. But I don't think some of these are pregnancy symptoms. Or at least not until much later in pregnancy. The "hard" gut for example. Actually, when you first get pregnant, everything "loosens" up so to speak due to all the progesterone. You'll feel bloated more than anything and all your muscle turns "flabby". Basically you can have symptoms this early. I too believe it to be possible to feel symptoms early. I'm 10 dpo and for the past 6 days I've been getting these dull headaches but only in the afternoons. So you never know!

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