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    Confused over 2 day Period
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    An_253179 posted:
    So my husband and I are TTC our first baby and have never experienced pregnancy before.

    I thought I was completely out last cycle because we only DTD once and I don't think it was close enough to ovulation time but im not thinking that perhaps I was wrong?

    Here's my story

    Period was due August 1
    Took a HPT July 30 and it came back negative

    Period came August 2 which it normally lasts 4-5 days and have never had a period shorter than 4 days.
    This time I got my Period on a Monday and by Wednesday it vanished,

    I have been really moody since Sunday, and tonight I began feeling really full and bloated...

    What could it be if I am not pregnant?
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Pregnancy is a possibility as some women have light bleeding in early pregnancy. Take another test using first morning urine.


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