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jclark283
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Hello everyone, this is my second thread on Scarleteen. My last post was about a pregnancy scare but I can confirm after taking two pregnancy tests that I'm not pregnant.

Around 2 weeks ago I had experienced cramps for about a week but no period. I wasn't too concerned as my period wasn't late yet. The cramps, bloating, and has went on and then my period was 3 days late and I still had symptoms. They went on for about a week and a half and the cramps finally stopped but I had lots of clear discharge and sometimes white ones. I was very nervous and 5 days after my late period I did a First Response pregnancy test which was negative. Two days later I took another one which was also negative. That was last weekend and now since yesterday the cramps, bloating, and gassy feelings are back but still no period. As well as lots if clear discharge.

Anyone?

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jclark283
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Also, the cramps and in my lower and upper stomach
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Heather
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What are you asking here?

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jclark283
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Sorry, I'm asking if that is normal or experienced before?
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Heather
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We cannot possibly know what is normal for you, and it is safe to say there is nothing like this someone has not experienced before.

But abdominal pain is a general health issue, so if that is happening without explanation, that alone is a reason to see a general healthcare provider, where you can also ask them about these other things, if you like.

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