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    Light spotting 15 dpo
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    Kherb106 posted:
    Hi y'all. We are trying to concieve and this month i really thought it was the month. I have been nauseous dizzy and crampy since baout 5 days past ovulation. I took a test at 10 days past ovulation and at 11 all negative. 11 days past ovulation i had a VERY faint spotting only after i whiped. also had spotting again 13 days past ovulation and again yesterday. all the same one whipe and then no more to be seen through out the day. I am now one day past expected period. still feeling the nausea and still feeling the exhaustion. Can any one give me some advice? Should i test again? wait a bit? PLease help!
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    georgiagail responded:
    Although it's likely going to be hard for you to do this, it would probably be better for you to wait a few days and if your menstrual period does not show up, then test again.

    Gail


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