heres my story,i went off the pill about 3 mnths ago,i had a period for a cuple of weeks after,so im just getting back to normal now.i was due my period and did not get them(this week) but when i was 2 days late i had bleeding and taught that was my period but it wasnt much and only lasted a few hours..so i taught it could be implantation bleeding,i was kinda stuck at home as car was out of action so i used a hpt that i had used before,which was neg,but when i peed on it,i got a faint line in the possitive window.. so can you get implantation bleeding after your period would be due,and could the hpt be right?? thanks
Well you cannot reuse a hpt and get accurate results. You can be pregnant, but try using a new hpt. Bleeding in early pregnancy is common. I'm 6 weeks along and had spotting (only once when I wiped)... so it could be that you are pregnant.
I just took a HPT was due last week and had a million negatives from 3 days before AF due till 2 days ago (1 week after af due) and this morning done a test and got a faint 2nd line. Then like the idiot i am i used the same test and the 2nd line disappeared. Obviously im taking the first result as accurate. Baby dust to everyone ttc! :D xxxxxxx
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