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Irregular periods, light bleeding, brownish pink discharge. Urine test negative. Pregnancy possible?

hi i am 17 nd a mom of a 13 month old... my period is always on time nd the 13th of every month nd last 5 days everytime.... i got it in june but then nothing in july,august,september then i got it on 10/29 but i usually go threw 3 or 4 tampons a day this time i only went threw 1 a day nd it was red at first then canged to brown trhen pinkish. i have taken 9 first response test all said neg went to dr took a urien test still neg... could i be preg again if no want else could be wrong (wy i missed it fr so long then it was weird)
Asked On : Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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Hello there.

You cannot be pregnant since your urine tests are negative.

The reason for delay and then light bleeding could be breast feeding.

The severity with which breast feeding affects menses depends on the frequency of feeds you give.

If your frequency of breast feeds have reduced recently then it would reduce the hormonal suppression responsible for no periods during breast feeding.
This explains why you had a light period now after months of amenorrhea (no periods).

Take care.
Answered: Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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