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Been trying to conceive. Period is solid and pink spotting. Pregnancy sign?

Hello Me and my husband have been trying to conceive for 8 months now. My period is very solid on the 25th day. This month about a week and a half before period I had a very small amount of bloody cervical mucus . Then got a really bad sinus cold . The 25th day came and no period started, I woke up on the 26th day, today, and had some pink spots on toilet paper when I wiped. I took a test negative. It has barely got heavier as the day has gone on. It only really comes out when I pee then when I wipe I wipe onetime a small amount of blood then nothing. I am wearing a pad to see what will get on there and its hardly anything. Any thoughts if I may be pregnant?
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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A positive test result is almost certainly correct. However, a negative test result is less reliable. The result may not be reliable if you:don't follow the instructions properly or take the test too early .Some medications can also affect the results.Make sure you read the instructions carefully before you do the test, because pregnancy tests use different methods and display the results in different ways.You can take the test from the first day of your missed period. Tests carried out earlier than this are not always accurate. If your periods are irregular, you may not be sure when this is.Check the instructions to make sure you can do the test at any time of day. It’s usually best (but not essential) to take the test first thing in the morning as your urine will have the biggest concentration of hormones then.Avoid drinking too much fluid beforehand, as this can dilute the level of HCG in your urine.Hope this helps.Take care.
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