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Ill give you a wee summary first so you can understand and help me better...

I had my period on the 15th of September so was due to ovulate on the 27th-1st of October. I had intercourse on the 1st and 2nd in case my ovulation was late. 9 DPO I was out running and had a light bleed, I put a pad on but there was no further bleeding. I was due my period today but it hasn't come yet. I tested today and it was negative. So I am really confused on what my body is doing... Could I still be pregnant even though the test showed negative? Did I test to early?
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It happened to me i took a test about 3 days after my missed period and came out negative i decided to wait a week and sure enough it was positive:)
I also had sore breast and would get dizzy :)
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Well i started getting really flu like this morning and dizzy when I stand up to fast, is any of this related?
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the bleeding could have been your egg implanting :) I would wait a few more days than test again!
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My last period was march 14th and i didnt get a positive test until april 28th.... i missed my whole period that month so i pretty much knew but it took soo long to get a positive result for me. I conceived on march 28th so about a month
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Ill keep you all posted, got anxious and tested again after talking with my sister, still negative but still no period either and no signs of that coming on... Will wait and test in a week. Will let you know how that turns out
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