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How many weeks pregnant can I be?

First of thank you for those who took the time to answer.

On November I had my last normal menstrual cycle. December came in and no period at all, I tested late December and it was negative. On January I had a period, but it lasted  2 days and the blood looked dark ( I know disgusting). February comes around and its about to end and no period. I tested positive. Now my questions are:
1) Have I been pregnant since December?
2) Was that even a period or implantation bleeding?
3) is it possible that instead of getting pregnant in december,it just happend?
Ps. This past week I have notice that im urinating frquently, I think its aigns of early symptoms
Thank you
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I'm tempted to think you probably got pregnant in December... and maybe ovulated late and had some late implantation bleeding?

When confirmed with GP I'd ask for a dating scan so you know roughly how far along before 12 weeks :)

I thought I got pregnant straight away... but i must have ovulated 1week late so my implantation bleeding seemed very close to my second period, after the one i initially missed  
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Thank you for answering.
Do you think its weird that for the month of December, the mo th I missed my period, I was testing negative on pregnancy test?
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I would suggest you buy the blueclear pregnancy test with the estimated weeks or just go to a doc for a blood test and or ultrasound for dating(for a certain confirmation). I feel like you were already pregnant in December and the January period might have not be period.
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I don't think it's weird. You can have a flash negative. I took an equate brand test (not digital) the day after my period was due and it barely had a line (I thought I was making myself see a line) so I went and got a digital test, no mistake there! I would ask for blood work to see where levels are to try to pin pint it that way. Good luck!
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