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I have been trying to get pregnant since March. I had two miscarriages and then last week I tested positive on a pregnancy test. A few days later I started getting bad cramps and backpain. I imediately thought I was miscarrying, again. Then I started bleeding, the blood was mostly brown, black, and pink. A few days later it was redish-brown. Then it was just spotting. The beeding has stopped, but the cramps are still here, and I've been incredibly tired. Could I still be pregnant? If not, will I ever be able to have children, why do I keep miscarrying? I'm 23 years old and in good health.

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You could still be pregnant, many women actually experience early bleeding in pregnancy and think they are having their periods..Which is why there is a myth about 'periods in pregnancy', it is not a period, just bleeding.

You might need to consider making an appt with a gyn doc for an ultrasound and work-up...

You should consider taking prenatal multivitamins so that your body has enough folic acid.

Miscarriages happen for unknown reasons sometimes, usually there is really no way to know why.
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