I've been spotting for about 3, just enough to get on my toilet paper, but not enough to use a tampon. I've been getting nauseated at times and feel down right exhausted lately. I took a pregnancy test last night and then again in the morning, both came out negative. Could I still be pregnant with the negative tests, because I did the tests early? And if I'm not pregnant, what is wrong with me, why am I still spotting? I am making an appointment with a doctor, but I thought posting this would help me, maybe I'm missing something. Thanks in advance to everyone who replies.
How did your appt go? I know it was months ago. But I have been spotting in the morning only for 7 days now, all tests are negative but im 3 weeks late...
I have no symptoms except extreme exhaustion and im always sleepy!
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