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I have irregular periods, but my last period was Dec 10-15, 2012. I had UNprotected sex on Dec 25 and Jan 1. I lightly spotted (pinkish/brownish) from Jan 4-6. Never had any spotting in my life, ever. Even with my first pregnancy. I had taken MANY HPTs and they were all negative. Could I still be pregnant? Normally I wouldn't be so confused but the spotting is totally throwing me off. Any advice would be helpful! Thank you!
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I had spotting with my first pregnancy, it's a possibility you can be pregnant. Confirm with your doctor.
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You should of gotten a period, unless the spotted was a period try testing in morning first thing before drinking anything
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Not enough information for me to answer.. compare
It with my knowledge of implantation bleeding & go from
there and call ur doctor.  :)
-Occurs 6-12days after intercourse
-Light pink/brown/red spotting
-spotting last 1-3 days.( call Dr if more than 3)
-Followed by a little cramping in some cases but
Not all cases.
-High body temperature (higher than normal
Not exactly a fever)
Hope this helps! :)
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Well definitely no period and many negative pregnancy tests. But I just started taking FertilAid to help me start ovulating. Hopefull this will help!! Thanks everyone for your input! ;)
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