Hi. My husband and I have been trying to conceive for 13 months all to no avail, just yet. This month (November) I was expecting my period at day 26 of my cycle as per my normal routine and at day 26 I began with a few spots of brown blood. That was it for the first day. Day 2 and 3 I also had a couple more times of light to darkish brown spotting. Really not much at all though...it almost looks like old blood. I took a test last night and it came back negative. In the 15 years that I have had a period, I have never spotted like this or have had a period be so light even when I was on a birth control pill. I don't know if I am pregnant because I have no symptoms especially no sore breasts like people say is one of the most common signs. Any advice??? Should I wait about a week before I take another test???
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