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Is it a case of pregnancy if one has tried to conceive and gets very scanty periods lasting for a day ?

My husband and I have only been ttc for 2 months.  I am 30 years old and my period has always been very regular (every 28 days).  This past month I started on the day that I should, but it only last for a day and a half.  It is normally very heavy and lasts 5-6 days.  It stopped for a day and then I got a very light pinkish brown spotting for just a few minutes.  I know there is always a possibility of being pregnant , but I m not really having any symptoms.  I have had some slight nausea at times, but that is all.  If I were pregnant, I would be about 3 weeks.  What do you think?
Asked On : Sun, 5 Jun 2011
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there is no chance of pregnancy as you had enough bleeding even for two and half day.
So do not worry.
But you have slight fear of having pregnancy go for pregnancy test and feel free.
ok and bye.
Answered: Sun, 5 Jun 2011
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