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    how early can you take a HPT
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    mama3west posted:
    I was to start my period on the 23rd of july and it came on the 25th brownish not really bright pink but alittle pink, and it was only spotting for alittle of a whole day with no cramps, i am going to the bathroom more i am alway hungry i am getting crabby i took three HPT ALL said not pregant am i testing to early?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Nope, not testing too early. It's possible you didn't ovulate and usually no ovulation means no period or just spotting. Wait and see if you miss a second period. If you do and are still getting negative results, see your doctor.


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