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Stomach cramps, bloating, food cravings, back pain, light periods. Pregnancy symptoms?

hello over the past week ive been having signs of pregnancy life cramps , bloated lower belly, food cravings and back pain but then my period came yester day but it normaly last for 4 day and it quite heavy for 2 of the days but its been really light and has pretty much stoped already so should i be thinking about pregnancy or something else??
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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First of all, it is possible for bleeding to occur at the onset of pregnancy as implantation occurs. In some cases, cycles may continue for 2-3 months but minimally and that is no cause for worry as they are usually uneventful. Your symptoms are observed in early pregnancy but they could also be caused by excessive prostaglandin release. I advice you to visit a gynaecologist for appraisal of your situation. Take care.
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