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I really need advice....pregnant? Or not? SO confused....

I took 2 HPTs in the beginning of this month. There was a chance I could have been pregnant but i thought it was too early to tell because I still hadn't missed a period. Both tests came up positive...I then went to the doctors assuming I was pregnant...they did a urine test on me but that came up negative. So I THEN assumed I was not pregnant..I was expecting a period on April 28th..I started bleeding on the 25th but it was entirely TOO light. I used tampons that first day, after that, panty liners, that is how light the blood was. It is still light.. Now it looks like spotting..I don't know if that was a period or not..I don't understand how and why I had gotten 2 positive HPTS but yet one negative..I don't know what to think.help please..I would appreciate any advice....thank you!!
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Implantation bleeding is normally really, really light. Like, I would be scared to use a tampon at all. But it is poossible. You would more than likely get a positive if you are pregnant if you took a test now. If not, I would assume something else would be to blame.
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I just don't understand how I had gotten 2 positive HPTs...
I never missed a period other than when I was pregnant with my son...
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That did happen to me once. The doctors thought I was crazy. I just assumed it was a chemical pregnancy?
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