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Night sweats, brown discharge with cramping, constipated, headache. What is the issue?

I have been having night sweats, one day I had light spotting/brown discharge with cramping. It doesn't seem like my normal periods.I get constipated from eveything I eat and headaches everyday. I guess my question is, can you still have a "period" if you might be pregnant? I don't ever have night sweats during my period, and when I wake up I am drenched and freezing.
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012

Thanks for posting,

Yes you can still bleed even if you are pregnant. There are many causes of bleeding during pregnancy which could be implantation bleed, pregnancy complication such as a miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy etc. The best thing to do now is to see a gynobs as soon as you can given the various symptoms you are presenting. You might require some specific treatments to relief you from your actual symptoms. Pregnancy tests may reveal lots of info about your present health.

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Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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