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Trying to conceive. HPT negative. Started getting periods. Any chances of pregnancy?

Hi I m Ese. I m 25 and married. My husband and I have been trying for a month to get pregnant. I ran some home pregnancy tests and they all came out negative. Two days ago, I started my period which was heavy on the 1st day, scanty yesterday and its even more scanty today. Could I be pregnant? I already ruled out the thought of pregnancy for this month since I ve started a new cycle. I also started a daily folic acid routine two days ago and I don t know if its the folic acid that s messing with my period. Pls I need answers. Thanks.
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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No no folic acid us not the cause and it has been only a month that you have been trying right,so don't worry. You have got your periods this time and the HPT being negative rules out the suspicion of you being pregnant in this cycle. Continue with your folic acid and try it out for the next cycle if the periods are regular time your relationship around ovulation you will get result soon don't worry. All the Best
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