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    Fiddy posted:
    I had made love to my husband on the 11th October I was ovulating on the 22nd of October I had my period. Now 10days later I am spotting red I did test and it's negative. Did anyone go through this please needs your advice.
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    lovebird79 responded:
    If you had your normal period, than chances are you are not pregnant. It is very unlikely you would have your normal heavy bleeding when you are pregnant.

    The spotting could possibly be from ovulating or something could've thrown your cycle off.

    I'd wait to see if you get your next period. If you miss it or it is extremely light (like spotting) thank you should take a HPT.


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