Hello everyone, sorry for posting this but I just need someone to talk to, i had sex on 5th Jan,got my period (or what I thought was a period) on 7th Jan, then 28th Jan,28th Feb and 29th March. No pregnancy signs but my breasts pain towards the "periods" and since then more than they used to, have had Several hpt and they are all negative. I don't knw why I think am pregnant but am really freaking out,everytime I get stomach pain, I think it's a pregnancy!!!
Could that by any chance have been decidual bleeding?
Sorry for taking you back to pregnancy questions. Thanks
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Decidual bleeding is not only rare, when it does happen, it is not something that will happen for months.
It also is something that will only happen, with this term, to someone who is pregnant. You have taken pregnancy tests which have made clear you are not.
Pregnancy also does not usually cause stomach pain, so if you are having recurring stomach pain, that is something you may want to check in with your general healthcare provider about so you can find out what *is* going on.
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