About my period
Hi my period normally starts on the 26th of each month, this month it didn't start straight away it started 3 days after my normal period. I had light pinkish discharge an cramping from the 26th - the 28th of this month then cramping disappeared for a bit then on 29th I got my period an slight cramping what does that mean?
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