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    petlover21 posted:
    Couple of weeks ago I had spotting for about a week. my period was expected on the 24th. did not show. Had sex with my husband on the 27th. and sex I spotted. Monday which I thought was my period is just spotting with dark brownish color. I took a hpt on the 26 and that was negitive. Could I be pregnant? I thought about taking another test this friday to see what it says.
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    An_250560 responded:
    It sounds possible you could be pregnant - HPT tests can show false negatives early on.

    I'd wait another week or two and re-test.


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