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Weird queasy feeling after period? I need reassurance

So two cycles ago I started at around May 10, which was a little late. And it lasted not very long, about 4 days instead of 5 or 6, but was otherwise pretty normal. I had sex (with a condom) a few days before that, then again on May 26 (again, with a condom).

Fast forward to May 31. My period came a week early and started out brown and light, which immediately freaked me out because my mind went to implantation bleeding. Then a couple days in it kind of evened out into a normal red color and a heavy-ish flow. But it lasted for eight days including the light part in the beginning, which is a lot longer than it ever has. Since then, I've been feeling really queasy and sick to my stomach.

That's it, though. No other symptoms, nothing else is wrong. No breast tenderness, no mood swings, no anything. I even took a pregnancy test yesterday, which came back negative, but I don't even know if there was enough time for one to come back positive anyway. If I'm right I should be ovulating right now, and I checked and I seem to have ewcm but there was a pinpoint worth of blood in it. It looked red, and I don't know if that's normal or not??? I've heard sometimes there can be a bit of bleeding during ovulation. I've been super stressed about this, haven't been sleeping well, and I just need reassurance. Is there a chance of pregnancy even though I had my period? 

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