I took a test yesterday and it came out positive but the second line was very light and ended up fading away and this morning it was negative...so i don't know exactly what it means...trying to find out if pregnant or not is confusing and frustrating lolView Thread
I had my first child at the end of March 2012. Breastfed for only 1 week and finally had my first period toward the end of august 2012. Me and my boyfriend had 4 condoms break and had unprotected sex a couple times. Missed my period in september 2012 but kept spotting here and there. Now its october and the spotting got more frequent and passed a clot. I am not sure if its my period or not because there is no cramps like normal and its extremely light. I have some of the symptoms of pregnancy. Is it still a possibility that I am pregnant??View Thread
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