I was 6 day late for my period .. Upon checking test kit, it shows posit

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Hi .. I was 6th day late for my period .. & upon checking in the day earlier,, the test kit shows that it positive (which mean pregnant of course) .. But later at night,, my period came .. Am i consider pregnant or not ? Should i go to the doc instead to double confirmed or just do another test at home ?

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    Are you sure it's your period? Is your flow heavy? Some women have implant bleeding and mistake it for their period?

    I would go to your doctors just for a peace of mind.

    All the best.

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      Hi nicole .. Thanks for e advised ..

      It just normal period as usual but e colour is totally different .. It more to dark brown instead of dark red or red ..

      😊

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      Hi nicole ..

      My period lasted me for 3 days only wich is on monday ... & on e day my period is done, i did another self test .. & it shown positive .. But yesterday my period came again .. Which only in e day .. But not much .. It filled 3/4 of my pantyliner ..

      Is it normal as i never encounter this before ..

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      Hello, Thank you for the update 😊

      it could in implant bleeding, every woman is different to the amount of blood they use using IB. I would call your doctor for an appointment ASAP especially since you got a positive result. If the bleeding doesn't stop and it's bright red you could be having an early miscrriage. Dont stress it though, just go to the doctors just to make sure and put your mind at ease.

      Fingers crossed for you.

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