OK, so I had what seemed like an unusually light, early period. Five days early, and light bleeding over 2.5 days. Suspected the possibility of pregnancy, so waited till my period should have been due and took a HPT. Positive. So I'm kind of obsessing. Try another HPT the next day and screwed it up. Waited till today (third day in a row) and tried again. Negative. I'm not bleeding or in any pain, and I'm experiencing a few other issues (sore boobs, exhaustion, constipation, stiff lower back, headaches) known to be common in early pregnancy, as well as increased discharge and greasier skin (stuff I'd expect BEFORE a period, not after bleeding).
I've suspected for years that I might be a naturally low HcG producer; I've never gotten a positive on a home urine test before (multiple brands). I'm in my mid-20s, don't use hormonal birth control and am not on any medications. The odds of this being a false positive are extremely low, I think.
Now for the not-so-great news. I recently finished school and my health insurance lapsed a few months after graduation. I don't have full medical coverage right now, nor do I have a regular doctor (live in a rural area and we go through them like crazy). I'm also out of home tests and disinclined to spend a whole lot on more of them. Right now my thought is to wait it out, skip a second period, then go see the public health nurse for testing and referral if nothing's happened by then.
Most of the posts I've seen describing this type of situation seem to involve chemical pregnancy, with pain and bleeding. At the moment, I'm treating this as a real pregnancy (not drinking, cutting caffeine, etc.) How concerned should I be about that second test result?