Ok... I am 24 years old, Married for over 2 years, don't use protection, and been hoping to get pregnant. My last period was August 14th, I thought I was starting to have another period September 23rd but it was only light pink and lasted only 2-3 days with no menstrual symptoms. Then starting October 10th I started to spot again... pink... light. No cramps, nothing that gives me the feeling I'm on my period. The spotting was gone today. Could this be pregnancy? When should I test?
i get a light/pink red discharge around 5-10 days before AF, i've now been ttc for 27 months and have been told my partner and i are fine and healthy. I would speak to a doc if another test comes back negative best of luck
I'm also spotting from the last Jan.13~17.But then again after 2 weeks later (Feb.1-4).I notice that I'm spotting again but this time without any pain or discomfort.Unlike from the first spotting I had a bit discomfort from the lower-backache and lower abdomen as well. So, well i'm not so sure what's going inside my body
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