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Could I Be Pregnant or Should I wait to take another test???

By November 30, 2016 - 7:22am
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my last period was in october after my bday. my usual 4 days (Oct 3 to the 6). my period suppose to start November 4th. nothing. when i go to the bathroom all this month. i been seeing brown blood and every now and then red blood but mostly brown. i have been sexually active with my fiancee. i haven't had any pregnancy symptoms. i know i been moody every now and then and i took a pregnancy test on the 11th and it was negative. i been my normal self and i havent been stressed... what could it possibility be?

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i guess i be spotting in my underwear. there is no blood in my urine and none when i have a bowel moment. like i said the last time i test was on the 7th not the 11th. sorry i had found my receipt from my pregnancy test.

November 30, 2016 - 2:57pm
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Hi MzBlueMandMs,

Thank you for clarifying that. I still think you should contact your gynecologist to have a blood pregnancy test done. The concern is why no period, a negative result and spotting.

Keep in touch,

December 1, 2016 - 9:21am

Hello MzBlueMandMs,

Welcome to the EmpowHER community. I am glad you reached out to us with your concern.

I am concerned about the occasional blood, both brown and red, that you have seen this month. Is the blood only when you urinate? Do you see it when you have a bowel movement? Have you seen spotting on your underwear?

Did you test in the morning? Did you use the first urine of the day?

Please call to schedule an appointment with your gynecologist, who can order a blood pregnancy test, which is more accurate than a urine test. Also, you want to find out why you have been noticing this occasional bleeding.

Please keep us updated,

November 30, 2016 - 9:46am
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