please help me..when will i start counting the weeks?
please help me.im really confusedd.i had my last period which started last january 30 and ended like feb 2 or 3, had sex with my husband 3 consecutive days after my period, im a regular 28-day cycle. last feb 26, i had my 1 day period which is very unusual..which comes earlier than my period supposed to be. plus i think it is implantation bleeding because it started like red then turned to brown plus it only lasted like 1 day,(morning till evening), followed by brown discharge only when i wipe. i had my pregnancy test this morning and it turned out negative. :( so please help me, when am i going to start the test, and how will start the counting. im really hoping i will be pregnant this time :(
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