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Brown spotting between periods

I am 29 yrs. old and have had regular periods.  I have never missed a period and have never been pregnant.  I have been married for 4 years and am not on any kind of birth control.  My last period started on Mar 12 and since Wed, April 1 I have been spotting brown "stuff."  I don't usually see it until I go to wipe myself after using the bathroom. I am not due for my period for another 2 weeks.  I did go to the Dr. today and she told me that it's not really a big concern and the urine sample came back (-) for pregnancy.  I have to come back in 2 weeks for another test if I don't get a full blown period.  Has anyone ever gone through this?  I also forgot to mention that my husband has been out of town since I got my period so I have not been sexually active since then plus I got my period the day after he left.  Is it possible to be pregnant eventhough I got my period last month.  Please help me I am really confused and a bit scared since I have never gone through something like this.  Thanks!
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639543 tn?1297031234
I doubt you're pregnant since you had your period, but it could be an infection, that causes irregular bleeding between periods, I had this once and it was a bacterial infection, and I've had them while pregnant too, they're a pain in the butt!
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I went to the doc and she said i had no infection and my urine tests came out negative for whatever they tested for.  I have to go back in 2 weeks to take another preg test if i don't get my period.  Could it be something else?
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