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What might be the reason of bleeding in fertile time?

By April 5, 2010 - 4:22pm
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Me and my girlfriend were involved in some sexual activity on the eighth day of her period.Her vagina was too dry and we just did mutual masturbation. I took out condom.While taking out condom,one drop of semen fell to my pubic hair and I wiped that too with a dry cloth. After around 10 minutes,I used another condom. She rubbed her outer part of her vagina, upto clitoris on my pubic hair (where my semen has dropped) for around 30 times ,where I was doubtful that some dry semen could be there.After 3 days, on the thirteenth day of period,her vagina is normal and not dry but she has few drops of blood on her underwear.She has never got such spotting earlier ever in such fertile time of 13th day. She is 25 now. She has no pain but slight lower abdomen discomfort.She has no sore or hard nipple now. Could this be sign of pregnancy ? how much chance is there to have pregnancy in such cases ?

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Thank you Cary Cook.

April 7, 2010 - 5:32am

Hi Helpher-

Sounds like you are quite worried. Have you/your girlfriend done a pregnancy test? If you were as careful as it sounds like you were, my inclination is to say the odds of her being pregnant are not great. However, strange things do happen sometimes, and it only takes one strong little sperm to make her pregnant.

Spotting is really common. You don't say if she is on birth control pills, although I'm assuming she isn't from your description. Even if she hasn't experienced any spotting before, as women age their cycles change a little here and there so a little spotting would not be surprising at all. My suggestion to you because you are so concerned is to wait for at least ten days from when you had sex, and have her tested. That should help with your concerns. It is too easy to drive ourselves crazy when the answer can be as simple as a pregnancy test.

Thank you for writing.

April 6, 2010 - 6:41am
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