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Is it normal to have a period 5 days early or could it be a sign of pregnancy?

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2011-09-13 02:50:22
2011-09-13 02:50:22

I have never heard of that being a sign of pregnancy, but if you think you are pregnant, take a test. Periods, even for people who are normally regular, can change for a lot of reasons.

AnswerI had a small amount of bleeding, very small, about 4-5 days before my period was expected to start and I am definitely pregnant. I did research online and found out that you can have spotting about a week before your period casused from the fertilized egg making its way into the uterus, which can cause a small amount of bleeding usually dark in color. Answeri have had bleeding a week before my period a bit less than my average period and i have not been using protection i don't know if im pregnant as the blood is quite dark. AnswerI have had implantation bleeding, then normal bleeding. When my partner ejaculates in me numerous of times. Could it be that I am pregnant or A normal period. AnswerMy 'period' came a week early. It went for 3 days and was like its usual self. I thought I may've been pregnant, but after this, didnt think so. Now Im not so sure. Dont want to go waste $10 on a test if Im not and don't want the embarrassment of going to the doctor.

On the first day, it was dark brown, which I never have. Then it stopped for a whole day, then came back that night, red. TMI sorry! What do you think?

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AnswerMy husband and I are trying for a baby and i really thought i was pregnant (had breast tenderness and was very emotional), then i had my period 9 days early which is very unusual for me cos I'm so regular. Thought it might be a sign of pregnancy so did a test and it was negative. Not really sure what to tbink about it?!? AnswerI would say to anyone unsure of whether they are pregnant or not either do a home test or if that is still inconclusive then don't be affraid to seek medical attention just to put your mind at rest either way.I think i would rather feel " silly" at the gp's than have an unwanted pregnancy or problems with a pregnancy early on because of failing to seek help
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If your period was very short and light as well as early there is a possibility that it was an implantation bleed. If your period was normal except that it was 2 days early then it was probably just an early period.

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