me and my husband are tryn to get pregnat is been 2 weeks since we did it and 4 days before my period
i noticed some real light bleeding i would wake up and i would have a little bit of blood in panties than
during the whole day i wouldn bleed again and that happen for 3 days know i took 2 pregnecy test but
they were negative my husband tells me to wait after my missed period but i realy dont know what to do
since is my first time being pregnat and i already missed ny period so m i pregnat some one plz help me
Which kind of test did you use? It suggests that if you don't start your period then wait 3-7 days tests again. If your period is still negative and you haven't started your period then I would definitely get to your obgyn and then have a blood test! Best of luck!
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