Ok here is the deal. I am not really trying to concieve (conceive), but I wouldnt be unhappy if we did:) I am 3 1/2 months postpartum and exclusivley pumping breastmilk. I have not yet had a period. But Tuesday 12/8/2009 I had a pink spot of blood followed by brown spotting. Then it stopped. I kinda felt like I was ovulating on or a little after thanksgiving. But anyhow I took a hpt test today and it was negative. Did I check too early considering that spotting was just two days ago? If it was implantation would a test be positive if i were pregnant? Please I am going crazy. I have not had a period yet so I do not know when or if I am late or if I will even get it!! I was just wondering if that could be implantation bleeding cause we did have unprotected sex a few times.
I would wait until two weeks after suspected ovulation to test, so since it was sometime around Thanksgiving, I would give it another week. It also could be just your body trying to get back to normal after having a baby.
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