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I been spotting for five days before my period.Can i be pregnant

Hi I didn't get a period for a year  but did get one on aug 5 after drinking Provera (Medroxyprogesterone Acetate Tablets) It lasted 7 days .On Aug 25 I did have unprotected sex 3 times that day(sorry for tmi) and not once did we use protection.On Aug 30 I notice a pink mucus discharge .it went away but came back without the mucus (sorry again for tmi) It did last on and off 5 days.Today  on the due date for my period it was all gone...Can this be my period or can i be pregnant .I did took a hpt and it came out neg...I do want a baby but I dnt want to get my hopes up . Can anyone please help me
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Try taking a digital test in a couple days and see what happens.
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The last time I had weird pinkish spotting I was pregnant. That can be a sign of implantation bleeding (the embryo burrowing its way into the lining of the uterus). I would take another test in a couple of days. Make sure you do it with your first morning urine to get the best results. I don't want to venture to guess whether or not you're pregnant, but I will say that pinkish spotting is not likely to be a period. Crossing my fingers for you! Please keep us posted! :)
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