For 2 weeks i spotted it started off light and hardly noticable. Then it turned darker and heavier and heavier. Now this sound like a typical period but the thing is it lasted for 2 weeks. And it was hardly ever a flow The only time i seen blood was when i wiped and clots would come out when i pee'd but no other bleeding or heavy flow at all. I stopped about 3 days ago then a few hours ago i just i started spotting again. It light pink and not so little that its hardly noticable but its still really light. And just a few minutes ago I had heart burn and took some antacid. i never experience heart burn ever and i have been TTC for almost a year. Do any of you guys think this could be it for me? I been testing for awhile if i'm pregnant i should be 6 weeks along. I havent tested at all this week or last week. All my test have been BFN. Should i test?
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