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    Wonderwoman28 posted:
    Hello all,
    About a week ago i was convinced that I was pregnant, i had all the signs and symptoms of being pregnant. Then i got what i thought was my period but it was shorter and lighter, very much like what i've read an implantation bleed is. The problem is is that I stopped taking my pill in April and my periods have been very irregular but for the past 2-3 months they were very light and every couple of weeks?
    The bleeding stopped a couple of days ago and so did some of the symptoms, however I do still have some? I've very confused? Worse still I can't get into the doctors until 2nd January!! I took a test but was advised it was probably too early and that's why it could have showed as negative?
    Should I stop dreaming about pregnant or could I still be?
    Thanks
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