How soon after implantation will a blood test be positive?
my Luteal phase is 12 days and I ovulated on 3 Sept. I had some spotting on wednesday (13 sept very late in the evening) since then ive had tender breasts, fatigue, cramps nausea, pelvic tinge. did few HPTs that were negative, Clearblue plus came back very faintly positive. I have done a blood test today (17 Sept 2017) which said 'unquantifiable amount of hCG less than 5'
basically negative. ive been spotting since wednesday, but only when I wipe n hardly ever on underwear. colour discharge also. please advise if I can still be pregnant even with a negative blood test, is spotting bad?
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