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Pregnant? Irregular or missing period??

Posted by: jesskcarl on Mon Jul 28, 2008

So...I'm totally confused. I just started tracking my periods a few months ago, but I used to be pretty regular at 30 days. Last ones I've tracked-26 days, 35, and now...it's been like 37 days. I've had a couple of pieces of t.p. with red on them...but not like what I would normally consider my period starting (not enough to need a pad or anything).

But...last weds I took a test--not preg. I took another one on friday--not preg. Saturday is when I got the little bit of red, so thought I was starting, but only tiny little bits between then and today (monday).

Any thoughts?

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