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Might be Pregnant? Any help?

So I have been having some symptoms of pregnancy but I don't want to assume anything.
My last period was on November 20th, lasted about 5 to 6 days. I was supposed to get my period on December 18th but never got it. I did have unprotected sex December 20th through the 28th with my husband who came home from the Navy for that week. I took a pregnancy test on the 2nd and it came out "Not Pregnant". Yesterday, January 3rd at around 9pm I had a dark brown spotting. Then today it's heavy and a dark red color, when I wipe it is light pink. There are some clots, so I am thinking it may just be my period. My cramps hurt but are bearable. I am not sure when I ovulated, but on my tracker it said December 21st.
So ladies, I need your help. Any of you had the same issue or have you had heavy bleeding and you were infact pregnant??
Thank you ladies in advance!
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How long are your cycles usually? If your LMP was 11/20 and you were supposed to get your period 12/18 then you have a normal 28 day cycle and should have ovulated 12/4. If your period had started on 12/18, as it was supposed to, and you had a 28 day cycle, you'd have ovulated again on 1/1. Where are you getting 12/21?
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They are about 29 days. This current cycle was 44 days on my period app. On the app it shows me ovulating on the 21st since i didn't get my period on the 18th.
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If you're having heavy bleeding and some clots, it's probably not a pregnancy.
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