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    charlierex1012 posted:
    Hi all,

    My DH and I are finally trying to conceive. All of this is new to me, so don't mind me! I ovulated on day 16-17 (+OPK on the 14th). I am regular every 28 days. On day 29, I started to have brown bleeding, enough for a liner (tmi, I apologize), then 3 days later I had heavy bright red bleeding needing a pad, which stopped within two days. I did not have any of my usual PMS symptoms. As far as pregnancy symptoms, I've had sore breasts and increase in thirst, which could all be in my head. I saw my MD and said it was most likely an early period due to stress (I'm in a master's program and work has been annoying me). Anyone else have/had a similar situation. If you had the same situation, did you have a healthy pregnancy and when did you test?

    Thanks!
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