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Light brown spotting, not due for periods. HPT negative. What could this be ?

Basically I ve been getting light brown spotting for a few days now but my period is not due until the 10th. This happened last month and I thought I was pregnant but took a test and was negative. It s light at first and only happens when I wipe but I ve been wearing a panty liner and when I got to the toilet sometimes there s brown spotting on there too. I have been trying to conceive since christmas. My periods are always rather heavy and this is the complete opposite. What could this be? I m starting to get worried?
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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The mild brownish spotting that you are having could be due to a mild hormonal imbalance or an impending early period. Since the pregnancy test is negative, there is no need to worry.
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Answered: Tue, 6 Aug 2013
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