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    Spotting and Faint Line on Pregancy Test - Five Days Late
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    AnneDC1978 posted:
    I am five days late for my AF though in the last two days I have had very very light brown spots - just enough to show up on a liner all day. In those days, I have felt my regular period symptoms and constantly running to the bathroom to see if AF has arrived properly. Because I am an optimist, I have still used the Wondfo pregnancy tests every morning this week (FMU). They have come up stark white (mockingly so) everyday but today there was the faintest of faint second line. Could I be pregnant? I am pretty regular (25-26 day cycles) with my periods so five days late for me is abnormal. I am 34 years old and been TTC for 9 months. I use the OPKs too, and know I had a surge exactly two weeks ago. I know all I can do is wait and keep testing and wait for AF, but wondering if others out there have thoughts form their experience. After decades of trying not to get pregnant, I have been shocked at how difficult the process can be. Thanks in advance!!!
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