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Bleeding 2 weeks before period?

By September 16, 2012 - 10:22am
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Okay, so this is what's going on. In July, I took a morning after pill and had my period normal period in August 26. On September 6 I had unprotected sex with my partner he came but outside of me so there wasn't any sperm inside of me. But then we had sex again about 20 mins later after had came. On Tuesday, September 11, we had sex again but this time when he pulled for a minutes he saw blood. (This is going to get a bit graphic) He was penetrating me pretty to point in which it started to hurt. After that we stop. A few hours later I had use the bathroom and noticed that there was still blood but it didn't look normal it looked sort of blackish red color and it had clots with it. It lasted for about 2 days.The blood went from a red black to a yellowish brown.Could this be implantation bleeding or something else. I have been stressed lately with college and I've also been exposed to a lot of heat. I live in Arizona so the temperatures get pretty bad over here. I am not due to ovulate until 12 so I don't think it could implantation bleeding because I had intercourse 4 days before ovulation. Any help or advice would be great. Thank you for your time.
I am not experiencing any pregnancy symptoms.

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Dear mayale,

If you don't want to get pregnant you need to get on an oral contraceptive, start using condoms, or find a method that's right for you. Pulling out is not an effective method nor does it protect you from STD's. Sometimes Plan B can cause a change in your period but this would've happened in July, not September. Implantation bleeding normally occurs one week before your period is due and is usually light pink to brown bleeding that isn't very heavy. Sometimes during sex, old blood that was "pooled" can be released by the friction. If you suspect that you MAY be pregnant, take a pregnancy test. 

Good luck,


September 17, 2012 - 6:27am
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