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Brown spots on cycle. Swab and pelvic test negative. Need to ask a doctor, if pregnant?

hello, I came on my cycle feb. 15 and went off the 21st. on march the 6th....2weeks after I started to spot brown. I only had red blood one time when I used the restroom and wiped myself. after that nothing was on my pad red. its been brown the whole time and barley even something on the pad. I went to the er twice....I had a swab done and pelvic exam but it turned out I didn t have any stds or my test said I was not pregnant. my questions are could I be pregnant still? and how long before I will know if im pregnant for sure? when will it pop up on a pregnancy test my true results?
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
As the pelvic examination is normal, the spotting you had could be ovulatory bleeding or implantation bleeding.
Urine pregnancy test kit may not detect pregnancy this much early.
So, you wait till your expected date of periods.
If you miss the periods go for pregnancy test after 3 to 4 days.
Take care.

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