I have been trying to conceive for the past 3 months. June 09 i had my regular period like always but on july 09 it wasnt the same it became very light to nothing instead of my heavy pd. i took a test(equate) and no results showed up at all so i thought it was faulty. after an hour it had a positive but i didn't pay attention since the instructions tell you to disregard after 10mins or so. I took 2 more right after and they were negative then a wk later i took another and again neg. This month August09 again had really light bleeding just like on July and it also lasted the same amount of time my regular period last but just really light and pale. At times it seemed like it would stop. Could this be something of concern?? or just stress? though i have missed a pd before because of stress and i usually know when its my regular period but this time its really different so i'm just wondering if its something i should worry about. PS i'm not on pills and never have been.
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