Hello ladies, my husband & I have been trying to conceive for about 3 months now, for about 2 in a half years we haven't used protecting & thought its was time to try. I got my period on September 28 through October 2nd then I got my period again on October 16 through October 21. And I haven't got another period ever since that. But every now & then I get spotting but its a light brown-ish color & its so light that I dnt need a pad or tampon? For about 3 days now i've been feeling kinda weird I get dizzy & nausea but dnt throw up & I feel tired, sleepy & I get constant headaches & stuffy nose. Ive never had this happen to me & im not sure if its still to early to take a pregnancy test but I would appreciate it if anyone has any suggestions or tips on what should I do?
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