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    monicarh posted:
    Can someone shed some light I was supposed to have my period this past Thursday the 7th I didn't have my usual cramping I had a brownish red blood mainly when I wiped myself an this lasted till early morning Sunday I took a hpt it was negative,I've been tired hungry all the time an just want to sleep....eventhough the test was negative can I still be pregnant.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, it's possible. If it was implantation bleeding, it will take several days before there is enough of the pregnancy hormone to show on a pregnancy test.


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