For about a week now I have been experiencing nausea, fatigue, pain in my lower abdomen and frequent urination. Obviously I thought of pregnancy and did a test yesterday which was neg. :(

i am due to have my period in 12 days but this morning I woke up to find I am lightly bleeding red blood.
My period last month was on time but only lasted 2 days (if that).

Could I possibly be pregnant but too early to tell?

Anyone experienced this?
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replied May 14th, 2006
I think you could be pregnant. You should test when your closer to have your period, I dont think your hcg levels were high enough , so the test wasn't able to detect a pregnancy. Test like the day before your period is due. Good luck
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replied May 14th, 2006
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It sounds like it might be implantation bleeding. I had it and it was light brownish red and it only spotted for a day and a half. My first test that I took was negative cause it was to early but then I waited a week and got my posotives. Im now due pretty much any day now with my baby boy !!! Wait a while and see what happens and take another test.
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replied May 15th, 2006
I dont think its implantation bleeding,seeing as you arent due for another 12 days,however its very posible that its ovulation bleeding so if you're planning to get pregnant you should get to work now!

I experieced similiar thing last night but there wasnt blood just some brown stuff (old blood) so I dont know if that can count as the same thing??

Anyway,good luck and have fun ;)
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replied May 15th, 2006
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Well I went to the doc about my early period and symptoms. She did another preg test and it was neg :cry:
she said periods just sometimes come early or if I am pregnant it is too early to tell.
The good news is that because we have been trying for over 2 years we will be referred to a specialist :d
hopefully then we will get a bfp at last!!!

Goodluck everyone
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