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Implantation bleeding? Pregnancy? Or What?

Hello, please if anyone can help me, I will be very grateful.

I am 21 and have been married for 2 years now. I have been wanting a baby, every time I see babies I get baby fever. My husband and I always have unprotected sex, therefore we have been trying to conceive for a while now.

My period started on August 30, 2014 and it came off September 5, 2014 (7 days- the normal length of my period each cycle).

On September 12, 13 and 14, I had light pink spotting, and mild cramps. Today, September 15, when I used the bathroom I wiped and it was brown. I am really worried because I do not know if this is either good or bad. I am always afraid to hear bad things, so I do not like to go to the docs (although I still do because I need to watch my health) because I have never had this experience so I do not know whether it is something to really worry about..?

Can anyone please help me, I would like to see opinions first before making any appointment.

Ps. I use the P Tracker Lite to track my period and it says my next period is September 27, so what can this possibly be. I have been searching for everything but I am not sure if they give me the right answers.
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Yes, it might have been implantation bleeding. Not all women get this but if they do it usually happens within 5 days of unprotected intercourse.
Not all women ovulate in the middle of their cycles. You might be ovulating right after your period.
It's way to soon for a pregnancy test but you have 2 options. Either you can wait until the 27th and if you don't get your period you can test. Or, you can see your Dr and ask for a blood test. That test can be taken much sooner than a urine pregnancy test.
10530845 tn?1412639936
So is it possible to start ovulating sooner? I never really know when I am ovulating. I really hope it is that and not anything else. How long does implantation bleeding last?
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