I'm starting this whole essay off with an apology, I write way far too much and have the tendency to make simple questions into story time. I'm also very sorry for being a tad graphic.
I'm 15 years old, and had the mistake of having sex without telling my mother. Now, before the comments fly and read somewhere along the lines of "You're too young! Foolish teenager!" "STDs! Watch out for the STDs!" and such, I have recently implemented the usage of abstinence in my relationship, and have abstained from sexual contact for roughly 3 weeks now.
For the past week and a half, I've begun to experience PMS-like symptoms like acne, mood swings, ovarian cramping, back pain, tender breasts and cravings. Until this day, I've had not a single drop of blood. Today I had started 'spotting', and had found this from a simple wipe. This was around 1:30 ish in the afternoon, and just an half hour ago, I had noticed that the wonderful spotting turned into brown blood. It's barely enough to speck the fabric of my underwear anyways, but it's still a concern of mine that it could've been implantation blood.
Usually he and I are extremely careful when going into sexual encounters, and I usually never let him near my areas when I'm ovulating. But as of late, the extreme paranoia is just getting to me. I'm not a very religious person, but the paranoia and anxiety has brought me to my knees with the lords prayer falling from my mouth at least 7 times now, and several pendulum swings have all said 'NO' to a pregnancy, but 'YES' to a delayed period.
TL;DR - My period seems to be late, yet the week and a half of pure possible PMS seems promising. My spotting also turned into brown blood, is this a sign of pregnancy, or a delayed period?
Has this happened to any of you, and if so, was your period just around the corner? I know I could be overreacting, but it's still a legitimate concern for me. I'm really not ready to be a mother, and a family disappointment.
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