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Period, Implantation, or Pregnancy?

By September 6, 2012 - 8:01am
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I don't know what has happened to my body. I recently had my Period on August 18 throughout August 22. I had sexual intercourse the next day on August 23. My partner said he pulled out. (TMI sorry) Well on the 24th I started gettin pink discharge (light pink) with a little clot of blood. It was wierd because there was all pink and this little clot of blood was the size of the tip of a pencil. I continued having the discharge till the 27th. I been cramping from the 24th till 30th and now it has came back. And its severe with back pain aswell. I been nauscious lately. On Tuesday Night Sept. 4 I Started getting sick as in having a stuffy nose sore throat and back pain. The next day my sore throat and stuffy nose went away and continued with the back pain and headache till today. Has this happened to anyone? Could it be pregnancy or Am i Just hallucinating?

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Dear Foreverhsppy209,

If you had unprotected sex with your boyfriend, even if he used the "pull out" method, there are no guarantees that you cannot be pregnant. However, implantation bleeding usually starts about one week before your period should start and lasts anywhere from one day to a couple of days and can be light pink to brown in color. You may want to consider scheduling an appointment with your OB/GYN if you aren't sure about your partners sexual history. Clear, stretchy discharge is normal-- cloudy discharge accompanied by foul odor is something that should be mentioned to your doctor.

If you have never had irregular bleeding during your period, you should also mention this to your doctor. 

Good luck,


September 6, 2012 - 11:19am

I Also forgot to mention that i been having a clear discharge thats sticky and stretchy. Yesterday and today I had a white Cloudy looking discharge, but it wasnt stretchy.

September 6, 2012 - 8:09am
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