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    Could I be?
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    An_248015 posted:
    I recently had unprotected sex on Sept 11th and was ovulating the 13th. On the 19th I had light pink spotting all day but it stopped late that night. I have breast tenderness and they are swollen. I also have been extremely tired lately. I tested on the 23rd and it was negative. Could I be pregnant? If so when should I test again?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, you could be pregnant and the potting you experienced on the 19 could have been implantation bleeding. Usually, two weeks after sex is a good time to test but some women take longer to show on a pregnancy test. I'd wait until your period is late and then test again.
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    crazy4kids22 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
    Thank you!!!


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