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Could I be pregnant!

I am 26. I have been having my periods close regularly for a few months now. Between the 3-5 of every month and lasts roughly 4-5 days. July 4th, I started my period and it ended around the 9th. My husband and I have been trying to conceive since March. Yesterday July 14th my lower stomach was hurting and it was uncomfortable. This morning, July 15th, I woke up and was spotting with little clotts. It only lasted half the day and it wasnt heavy at all and my stomach doesnt really hurt anymore. Could I be pregnant? If yes, then what my conception day be, today? If not, do you have an idea what it may be?
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It says you would not have conceived until the 18.
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You wouldn't have conceived yet.. it usually happens 2 weeks from the first day of youre period and if you got it on July 4 u wouldn't conceive until the 18.  So there isn't any way you could be pregnant based on that.
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I didnt think so :( Now im nervous bc I did bleed today and my period was done a week ago. I was just wondering. Thank you so much!
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I'm sure its nothing to worry about! Sometimes we have spotting inbetween periods. Stop trying to conceive and you will get pregnant before you know it!! Planning it doesn't work. Just have fun and soon you will post something saying you're pregnant. Good luck :)
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Best to go see a dr just to be sure :)
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Thank you so much I hope it will be soon also :)
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