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My period was 6 days late and only lasted 2 days instead of the usual 3 to 4 days. Afterward, I experienced lower back pain for 2 weeks. I also had spotting once, but it has stopped now. The sonar didn't show anything yet, but a pregnancy test showed a very faint second line. We've done a blood test, but we're still waiting for the results. Is it possible that I'm pregnant?
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It is possible that you could be pregnant based on the symptoms you described. A shorter and lighter period than usual, along with lower back pain and spotting, can sometimes indicate pregnancy. However, it's important to note that these symptoms can also be caused by other factors such as hormonal changes or stress. The best way to confirm whether or not you are pregnant is through a blood test, as this provides more accurate results than a home pregnancy test. It's understandable that waiting for the results can be stressful, but try to remain patient until you receive them. If the blood test confirms your pregnancy, make sure to schedule an appointment with your doctor to discuss further steps and prenatal care options.

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Hii dear, 

Bleeding is the one of the symptom of pregnancy. As you said you missed your periods 6days late, please check at home with pregnancy test kit , observe the second line take the picture and show the result to your doctor. May be she may help you by seeing those results. 

On other hand now a days people are experiencing mensus issues ( having bleeding only for 2 or 3days) ,pcod and pcos problems , check appendix issue too. Bleeding is the other sign for miscarriage. 

Dont panic stay strong, be positive, go and have urine test or check at home.. 

Till the time takecare of health, eat healthy food, dont lift heavy weights, dont eat papaya, pineapple, which foods may cause heat to the body. 

Hope it will be helpful and listen good news soon. 

Take care 

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