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Trying to conceive. No period, negative pregnancy test, brown spotting, sore breasts, abdominal cramps. Any thoughts?

Hi there, So my husband and I have been trying to conceive since the end of August. I was getting my period regularly up until November. I haven t had my period since then. I haven t had any symptoms of pregnancy but have done a few at home tests and they have all been negative. This past Friday I had a small amount of spotting (it was a brownish colour) followed by really sore breasts, and some abdominal type cramping (quite dull though, and a bit different from menstrual cramps ). I did another test yesterday and it still came back negative? Any thoughts?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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OBGYN, Maternal and Fetal Medicine 's  Response
Usually women who try to conceive, and when they do not conceive for the first time they looks stressed.
For this reason they create a hormonal imbalance that will appear with spotting.
Sore breast and abdominal cramping are the signs of periods.
Take care of your self and do not be worried
Answered: Fri, 29 Nov 2013
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