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Could you still be pregnant if your last period was six weeks ago but you just started to spot brown two days ago and you took a pregnancy test that came out negative?

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2015-07-15 20:48:11
2015-07-15 20:48:11

No you most probably are not pregnant.Get yourself checked out with your OBGYN and maybe have a blood test done to make double sure.Sometimes the lengths of your periods can vary depending on when you ovulated,so if your periods were 6 weeks ago,and you usually have them evry 4 weeks apart,then it could just mean that your ovulation was delayed for this perticular cycle.(periods usually start about 14-16 days after ovulation)At any rate wait another week and take another pregnancy test.If this comes back negetive as well,make an appointment with your OBGYN at the earliest.Good Luck.

answerI DISAGREE. I THINK YOU MISUNDERSTOOD THE QUESTION. HER PERIOD WAS 6 WEEKS AGO...WHICH WOULD MEAN SHE MISSED HER LAST PERIOD(SUPPOSE TO BE EVERY 4 WEEKS, RIGHT?). WHICH WOULD PUT HER AT 2 WEEKS LATE...WITH SPOTTING THEN JUST 2 DAYS AGO...YES, YOU COULD HAVE VERY WELL HAD A LATE IMPLANTATION SPOTTING, OR JUST AN EARLY PREGNANCY BLEED. THIS HAPPENS. ALOT OF THE TIME THE HCG (PREGNANCY HORMONE) WILL BE TOO LOW TO PICK UP WITH A HOME PREGNANCY TEST...BUT A BLOOD TEST WOULD PICK IT UP NO MATTER HOW LOW. .
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