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Could I be pregnant?

By Anonymous December 5, 2015 - 8:48am
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I was two days late on my period this month and on the third day I had thick dark brown discharge coming out of my vagina. I had that for a day and then I had severe cramping the day after and found out I was bleeding. It was not so heavy (like my usual periods). I've always had light periods for about 3-4 days every since. But this menstruation lasted only for two days and on the third day it was very very light, like it was just a spot. Is there any possibility that I could be pregnant? I have no symptoms of pregnancy, it was just when I had cramps I was suuuuuuper tired, which was unusual.

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Hello, I came on my "period" on day 24 cycle is usually 32-35. I had cramps the whole day and was tired and emotional before I started bleeding at night (dark red blood). During the duration I have only used one pad. So kinda moderate bleeding for one day. And the next day only bleeding while peeing and wipping. Then the last day it was just a few spots here and there. It was three days but to be exact more like two. I usually bleed for five. I know women can have heavy bleeding first month. Should I test to put my mind at rest or could this have been an off month. BTW. On toilet paper after I peed today there was a little clear mucus.

December 6, 2015 - 12:51pm

Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
If you had unprotected sex during your ovulation days, then you could be experiencing implantation bleeding. You will need to take pregnancy test to know for sure.

December 5, 2015 - 10:53pm
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