Yes, I had two small periods when I was pg with my first and one when I was pg with my second. In the first pg it scared me, thought I was losing the baby but didn't worry me in the second because I knew what it was.
I bled for 6 days at 5 weeks - assumed it was normal period as it was heavy but it stopped short of being clotty and suddenly stopped. I am now 13 wks. Reasons given to me - either polyps (which I know I have) or my hormones being slightly up spout due to miscarriage only a month prior. There is also a lady on my antenatal thread who bleeds every month and has been told that 'some women just do'. She has 3 successful pg so noone seems concerned.
How pg are you? If you are concerned you can ask for a scan to check all is ok with development and blood tests to check hormone levels
That's the thing....feeling very pregnant, but have had period. And two negative pregnancy tests in the last six weeks. No sore boobs but have been feeling a bit sick, heartburn etc. And honestly think I am feeling movement. Think I am going mad! We have been using condoms and I've been on the pill (yes I have been taking it properly; but I'd been taking it properly when I got pg with DS) and honestly too scared to go to the doctor in case I am pg.
Well it could be all sorts of things but it really is best that you go to the doctor. Going to the doctor won't change whatever is happening, but at least you will know where you are, rather than having to guess. If you have had negative HPTs and normal period it is very unlikely you are pregnant, But you need to see doctor.
I think it's unlikely you're pg but if you have to pay to see a doctor and you otherwise feel well then wait a week and test again. If it's still negative and you're still ill then I guess it's time to make an appointment. Obviously if you get a lot worse sickness and heartburn before then you better go.
You mentioned feeling movement, but I've never heard of anyone feeling a baby before 11 weeks and tbh 16 - 22 weeks is more common. Baby will be about 9mm when it is 7 weeks old.
Hearburn usually happens when your womb is big enough to push your organs out the way, forcing your stomach up and opening the valve at the top of it, again very common from about 26 weeks onwards but rare before hand. The sickness, however, is definitely a sign but then you might just have a tummy bug.