My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for 6 months. Last month I had a weird period. It was one day of light, one of medium and a day of light. That started on March 31st and ended April 3rd. We had sex April 5th and 6th. I have had tons of pregnancy symptoms and I started to spot very lightly today. I'm supposed to start my period on April 30th. Could it be implantation bleeding or can I be pregnant??View Thread
I was hoping I was pregnant but I spotted lightly this past Thursday and bled heavy today. It is going away now. i usually have my period for 5 days. I am having lots of pregnancy symptoms but I don't want to waste a test if i'm not pregnant. What do you think? Am I? Is it all in my head?View Thread
My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for 6 months. My last period was not usual. I had 1 day of very light, 1 day of medium then 1 more day of very light. That started March 30th. We had sex April 5th and 6th. I have been having lots of pregnancy symptoms. I started to spot today. There is almost nothing there. Could it be implantation bleeding? Could I be pregnant??View Thread
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